Where our foods come from

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June 15, 2012

Where our foods come from

Your shoppers are asking more questions about where the foods you sell come from, how they are produced and who is producing them. It is more challenging than ever to be a food retailer and be able to keep up with the latest food news. Here's one way to keep informed.

Your shoppers are asking more questions about where the foods you sell come from, how they are produced and who is producing them. It is more challenging than ever to be a food retailer and be able to keep up with the latest food news; which is why we publish the monthly e-newsletter Food, Nutrition & Science the last Monday of each month.

I invite you to sign up for your free subscription today to receive the latest unbiased information about our food supply. You'll hear directly from farmers as they offer video tours of their farms and operations, you'll read the pros and cons of major issues including BPA, organic vs. conventional farming and even raw milk from some of the most influential leaders and producers in our industry, and you'll even hear from supermarket RDs about their challenges and successes.

Food, Nutrition & Science is written to answer your questions and delve into the food issues that others gloss over.

Sign up today, the next issue of FN&S will be delivered to your email on June 25.