Farming

CSA Funds Are Better Than They’ve Ever Been

picture: Monarchx (stock struggle) I have always appreciated, in theory, The idea of ​​farm-sharing funds, formally known as Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). After all, who wouldn’t want to support local farmers And get the freshest products directly from the source? But until soonMy experience with them was limited. As it turns out, I had a …

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Ben and Jerry’s ice cream returns to store shelves in the West Bank as Unilever sells Israeli assets

New agreement in Israel will bring Ben and Jerry’s ice cream back to shelves in annexed East Jerusalem and occupied West Bank despite ice cream maker protest against Israeli policiesAccording to Unilever, the company that owns the brand. But it’s unclear whether the product, which will only be sold in Hebrew and Arabic script, will …

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BOMBAY BRAMBLE® Kicks Off Summer With ‘Community Farming’ Dinner Series In Honor Of Black Farmers In Partnership With Chef Omar Tate

Open to the public for $ 200/ Ticket On ExploreTock.com, the Opening Dinner will be held June 29The tenth At Oko Farms in Williamsburg, BrooklynChef Tate has teamed up with local black farmers, many of whom will attend dinner as guests of honor, to create a customized seasonal tasting menu using the freshest, local ingredients. …

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Grain stocks fall: Will India ban rice exports next? | Business and Economics News

Bengaluru, India – When Bengaluru-based Ghanaian student Desmond Akwai misses his family in Accra, he receives a video call with them for a meal, and they eat the same rice dish on both sides. “Since we all eat Indian rice, it feels like we’re sharing a meal, even though we’re so far away,” said the …

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