Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Portland to Be Home to World’s First Vegan Supermarket Chain

Veganz is the world's first all-vegan supermarket chain. By the end of 2016 they will have 14 stores open around the world.

Affordable Grocery Store Goes Organic And Bans Toxic Chemicals From Their Products

Aldi currently only has select stores open in the US, but roughly 500 more stores will be built in the US over the next two years as part of a $3 billion expansion.

Stomping on Our Constitutional Rights

Several states have made it a crime to record corporate animal abusers in the act.

If I Were the American Dictator

“The overall composition of Congress is not going to change much at all after the election. So, really, the only way to reboot America is to have a smart, benevolent dictator.”

Teen Develops Fireproof and Rainproof Sleeping Bags For the Homeless, Plus Offers Jobs

The third-year student conducted safety tests and even used the bag herself to ensure it held up to the imagined demands.

Bernie Sanders: The Only US Presidential Candidate Supporting GMO Labeling

Bernie Sanders is the only U.S. Presidential candidate who has come out strongly in support of GMO labeling. For this reason Sustainable Pulse has collected a few of his quotes.

Russia Bans all Imports of US Soybeans and Corn over Microbial and GMO Contamination

According to the regulator, the corn imported from the US is often infected with dry rot of maize.

Leaked Emails Claim Snyder Administration Withheld Lead Testing Results

Snyder has denied he improperly delayed the release of lead testing results in city schools conducted in October.

Imports of Genetically Engineered Salmon Blocked Until Labeling Requirements Are Established

The FDA approved the salmon in October without any mandatory labeling. In approving the AquaBounty transgenic salmon, the FDA ignored millions of Americans and more than 40 members of Congress who have expressed vocal opposition.

Two, Three… Many Flints

Flint may be years away from a solution to its current crisis, but in a few cities elsewhere in the country, there is, at least, a modicum of hope when it comes to developing ways to begin to address this country’s poisonous past.