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by Beata Stasak 5 years ago
Do you fear that we run out of our food supply?The food system is already creating misery for the poor. By the middle of this century, the world will be unable to feed itself unless there are radical changes to agriculture, land and water usage, diet and the way modern cities recycle resources. As...
by Connie Smith 7 years ago
It was bad when we found out recently that McDonald's, Taco Bell and Burger King had "pink slime in their food. Still, it only affected me a little since I rarely eat fast food. I was pretty ticked, though, when I heard that the USDA had bought 7 tons of it for the school...
by what_say_you 7 years ago
Do you think the high price of food is an indication of a coming or current food shortage?I am concerned that I may need to start stocking up on food for my family and educating myself on gardening and I sincerely wonder if it is a global issue. I have inserted the article that sparked my concern...
by Tempus Fugit 7 years ago
How long can you live on the food and water you currently have in your home?When it comes to water, How many gallons are equipped to filter for survival?
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