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The pupils at Saint Barthélemy primary school in Montreal grow their own organic veggies. McGill University serves fruit and vegetables grown on its Macdonald campus.    Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay, Ontario "cooks patient meals from scratch using fresh, whole foods," instead of relying on a catering service.
Actualité - 31 October 2012 - Tag : Farm to Cafeteria, Set up Soup's On!, Soup's On!, Soup's On! kit
Last week, Ontario's Ministry of Agriculture introduced a Local Food Act, establishing "a target to aspire to in respect of local food." Quebec should take note. According to Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty, if Ontario households were to take just $10 of their normal food spending, and use it to buy Ontario-grown rather than imported products, it could spark $2.4...
Do you sometimes eat organic, sometimes not? Although it's better to eat conventionally grown fruit and vegetables than no fruit and vegetables at all, there are still some choices that you can make to limit your exposure to toxic pesticide residue.  To help shoppers prioritize when to buy organic, the Environmental Working Group (EWG) has updated its lists of...
A new study from University California Berkeley links prenatal pesticide exposure with slight cognitive deficits in school-age children. The researchers – including one from Ste-Justine Hospital in Montreal – found that children whose mothers had had the highest level of pesticide concentrations in their urine during pregnancy scored on average 7 points lower on IQ...