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Learn about the newest Ark of Taste product, the Bradford Watermelon. http://youtu.be/ljFJJ4kcNqU The Bradford Watermelon Story – Mind of a Chefwww.youtube.comDr. David Shields from the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation tells the story of the Bradford Watermelon.
Woah… We're going to have fresh scallops this week. #loveourfoodshed
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In a move long awaited by 77% of the public in Massachusetts, the state Senate o…
In a move long awaited by 77% of the public in Massachusetts, the state Senate overwhelmingly voted for an amendment to the state budget last Wednesday evening which would update the state’s nickel deposit system, also known as the Bottle Bill, to include water, sports drinks, and flavored teas. The amendment will now go to the House for final approval and adoption. After years of set backs and hold-ups, there is great hope among supporters that the Senate's recent vote signals a positive shift for the Bill.
Update the Bottle Bill | MASSPIRG
IT’S ABOUT TIME—The Updated Bottle Bill has been stuck in the Legislature for the past 13 years. Every year the Bottle Bill gets held up, another 1 billion bottles — enough to fill Fenway Park to the Monster seats — get buried and burned instead of recycled.