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Sustainability Matters: October 2, 2015

Maggie Borden

Maggie Borden

October 02, 2015


A new study suggests that drinking milk won’t save you from bone fractures. [MUNCHIES

Facing consumer backlash, Whole Foods has promised to stop selling foods produced through prison labor. [NPR

Federal agencies met this week to discuss means of collecting better data on the impact of antibiotic use on livestock. [Food Safety News

Researchers have found that the key to getting kids to eat more vegetables may lie in what else is on the plate. [WaPo

A group of major companies, including General Mills and Nestle USA, is calling on world leaders to take action on climate change at the upcoming UN conference. [ABC

It’s possible that kids are getting exposed to unsafe amounts of BPA through prepackaged school lunches. [Mother Jones