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Milk Matters: More Vermonters are Choosing Full-Fat Dairy

By Laura Hardie Which is better, whole milk or skim? An increasing number of people are choosing full-fat dairy, both nationally and in Vermont, according to retail data from IRi, a market research firm. The trend is related to the … Continue reading

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Exploring Food Waste and Food Insecurity at UVM

By Caylin McKee UVM Dining Sustainability Manager The United Nations estimates that one-third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year goes to waste. Per capita waste by consumers is between 95-115 kilograms a year in … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Progress of Farm to School in Vermont

By Jennifer Porter Earlier this month, over 250 local and national farm to school leaders gathered at the 2016 Vermont Farm to School Conference to learn about the positive impacts of farm to school programming and help shape the future … Continue reading

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Vermont Author Larry Olmsted Dishes on Fake Food and How Consumers Can Protect Themselves

Fraudulent food is everywhere. From Parmesan cheese to olive oil to Kobe beef, there is no shortage of fake, unhealthy food being sold at restaurants and grocery stores in the United States. American consumers recently learned of a scandal of … Continue reading

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Vermonter Ed Behr’s New Book Takes Readers On a Gustatory Tour of France

By Hailey Grohman Vermont is lauded for its beer, cheese, and cider, but those aren’t the only food-related features that set us apart from other states. We’re also the home of several award-winning food publications and writers: Eating Well magazine … Continue reading

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