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Vintage Food PSA Posters: Eating and Cooking Tips from Uncle Sam

Remember this Food: Don't Waste It poster that Anjali wrote about back in January? It was created in 1917 by the U.S Food Administration as part of a national effort to get people to reduce their consumption of certain staples during World War I. I've since come across a number of other food public service announcement posters from that time, and it's a fascinating how relevant and, well, modern, some of them sound.

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Vintage Food PSA Posters: Eating and Cooking Tips from Uncle Sam

Remember this Food: Don't Waste It poster that Anjali wrote about back in January? It was created in 1917 by the U.S Food Administration as part of a national effort to get people to reduce their consumption of certain staples during World War I. I've since come across a number of other food public service announcement posters from that time, and it's a fascinating how relevant and, well, modern, some of them sound.

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Vintage Food PSA Posters: Eating and Cooking Tips from Uncle Sam

Remember this Food: Don't Waste It poster that Anjali wrote about back in January? It was created in 1917 by the U.S Food Administration as part of a national effort to get people to reduce their consumption of certain staples during World War I. I've since come across a number of other food public service announcement posters from that time, and it's a fascinating how relevant and, well, modern, some of them sound.

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Vintage Food PSA Posters: Eating and Cooking Tips from Uncle Sam

Remember this Food: Don't Waste It poster that Anjali wrote about back in January? It was created in 1917 by the U.S Food Administration as part of a national effort to get people to reduce their consumption of certain staples during World War I. I've since come across a number of other food public service announcement posters from that time, and it's a fascinating how relevant and, well, modern, some of them sound.

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7 Alarming Food Practices Banned in Europe But Not in the US — Food News

7 Alarming Food Practices Banned in Europe But Not in the US

Fact: The European Union has banned 7 industrial food-related substances and practices that are still fine and dandy in the US. That's the subject of a recent article by Tom Philpott for Mother Jones — an enlightening, sobering look at the what the EPA deems important when it comes to food safety.

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How Do You Know What Food Labels Mean and Whether They’re Trustworthy?

So You Know Which Food Labels Are Trustworthy?

It may come as a surprise to some, but buying foods labeled cage-free or grass-fed does not necessarily mean that those items are what they say they are, or what we assume they mean.  This can be really frustrating if you are trying to do your best to purchase humane and sustainable food, not to mention that foods labeled with these claims are often more expensive.  Do you pay extra for organic, or non-GMO, or hormone-free foods?  Do you know which labels are reliable?  Read on for more information and sources for identifying which labels you can trust. 

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