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Why are we buying so much toilet paper?!

Why are we buying so much toilet paper?!

We've all witnessed panic-buying in the grocery aisles and maybe did some ourselves. The empty shelves reveal how we try to find control as coronavirus fears grow more rampant. But how do we control our fears and our carts?

Food Security, Health

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There Is No Such Thing As A Dirty Vegetable

Have you heard the buzz about the dirty dozen? These fruits and veggies have gotten a bad reputation and consumers are being told to buy them only when organically grown. But is this fear justified?

Food Safety

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D2D on the Farm: Support Local Farms

Consumers love buying locally grown produce. Some consumers push local farms to go organic, but real support is listening to farmers about what's best for their crops.

D2D on the Farm, Food Production, Soil and Crop Management

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Toxins and Toxicants – how much is too much?

We often hear that things that are considered “toxic” are always bad for you, while any food or product that is good for you is completely non-toxic,

Food Ingredients, Food Safety

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Toxins and Toxicants – how much is too much? Toxins and Toxicants – how much is too much?

Jack Bobo: How We Choose Our Food

At D2D, we find Jack Bobo's insights on consumers interesting and unique. He brings an informative perspective about our choices in the grocery store. Jack searches into the questions that drive our decisions in the marketplace and how our brains are wired, sometimes helping us and other times hurting us.

Agricultural Technology, Food Production

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