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No less than 64 countries around the world label GE food (those shown in orange). Several additional countries have total bans on GE imports and cultivation (shown in red). Turkey is currently debating becoming the first country to label GE animal products — meat, milk, eggs, cheese and other products — that come from animals raised on GE feed.

Food and drink banned around the world There’s some foods and drinks you can only find in certain countries. But not necessarily because they’re national to the country or made locally. In some cases the reason why you can’t find particular foods and drinks in different countries is because they’ve been banned. Find out which foods and drinks have been banned, in what countries and why.

Wan Ling Martello Martello, a former Walmart executive and Nestle CFO, has run the world’s largest food company’s Zone AOA—Asia, Oceania, and Africa (92 countries)—since April 2015. She was tapped for the role at a time of crisis: the $15 billion division, key to Nestle’s emerging markets growth strategy, was faltering in China. Then, in Martello’s second month on the job, a food safety scare involving Nestle’s ubiquitous Maggi noodle brand erupted in India. That scandal, from which Nestle…

What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World. FStoppers. 5/4/13. Totally fascinated by this photo journalism essay... "Photographer Peter Menzel started this intriguing series of one weeks of groceries from around the world. It is interesting to see that how much food does not seem to vary too much (except Chad) but the variety of food is vastly different in each country. It is a great way to see the different culture’s influence on the products and food the consumers buy."

U.S. is the Fattest Country In The World: Top Food Offenders; I printed this out and have it on the refrigerator to remind me to make smart choices.

Venezuela is out of food. After several years of long lines, rationing, and shortages, the socialist country does not have enough food to feed its people.

Denmark is on its way to becoming an organic country. But why is organic food important? And what lessons can Denmark teach the world? Imagine a organic country. Does this seem possible or realistic? In the United States, where only 1 percent of U.S. farmland is certified organic, this may seem like a far-away dream. But in Denmark, this vision is much closer to reality. First of all, people in Denmark have a great appreciation for organic

Pad Thai first became popular in Thailand during World War II, and over the years came to be one of the country’s most famous national dishes. Today, it’s a popular street food, and it varies from vendor to vendor in different regions across the country. It is a truly beloved dish here in the states,... View Article

"Photographer Peter Menzel's 'What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World'" The Turkey or, perhaps, the Bhutanese, Guatemalan or Ecuadorian spread is looking to have some of the tastiest & most nourishing potential to me:)

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