January 31st, 2011 - Jill Ettinger
With the popularity of the USDA’s certified organic label since its launch in 2002, those omnipresent hybrid cars, and recent pro-environment action taken against single-use plastic bags, which have been banned by cities, states and retailers across the country, it may not come as a surprise that a new USDA label for green bio-based products will roll out later this spring.
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December 31st, 2010 - Jill Ettinger
It’s hard to imagine this country 100 years ago with little more than soap and water to protect people from germs. How did they survive amidst their filthy countrymen? Well, as it turns out, we weren’t nearly as toxic then as we are today. We’ve entered into a new era of germs—superbugs that won’t die, and threats that weren’t nearly as present in past centuries as they are now.
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