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Archive by tag: foodReturn
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How much water do you eat?

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How much water do you eat?
It might surprise you, however, to know how much water it takes for certain food to arrive at our tables. This amount represents a food item’s water footprint.
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New report illustrates effects of EDCs on endocrine system
A recent medical report from the Endocrine Society and the International Pollutants Elimination Network (IPEN) discussed the ways plastics can affect a person's endocrine system.
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| Categories: | Tags: micro, beads, plastic, pollution, food chain, ocean, water quality, contaminant | View Count: (436) |
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When it comes to FOG, can it

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When it comes to FOG, can it
Certain household wastes are better canned than poured down the drain.
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| Categories: | Tags: fats, oils, grease, food, waste, drain, clog, pipe, burst, disposal, fog | View Count: (181) |
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Is water a super ingredient?

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Is water a super ingredient?
We all know the importance of water for hygiene, hydration and cleaning, but it also plays an integral role as an ingredient in cooking.
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| Categories: | Tags: water, cooking, baking, ingredient, food, bagel, st. louis, water quality, denver, Josh Pollack, Loryn Nalic, ramen, Shigetoshi Nakamura | View Count: (449) |
Microbeads, a small thing that can lead to a big problem
Microbeads in some of our personal care products can lead to pollution and disrupt the food chain
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| Categories: | Tags: microbeads, micro, beads, microplastic, plastic, pollution, food chain, ocean, water quality | View Count: (595) |
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Sampling Florida's tap water

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The food critic at the Tampa Bay Times, Laura Reiley, recounted her time as a recent water taste test judge at one of AWWA's Florida Section regional meetings.
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| Categories: | Tags: tap water taste test, taste test, Florida, Tampa Bay Times, Best of the Best Taste Test, ACE18, food critic | View Count: (886) |
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The Plain Talk Series - #61

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The Plain Talk Series - #61
Today's question: How can I tell if my toilet is leaking?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk, Plain Talk Series, Plain Talk About Drinking Water, toilets, leaks, food coloring, flow restrictors | View Count: (808) |