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McDonalds to close 700 stores

McDonalds to close 700 stores

Fast food giant McDonalds is planning to downsize rather than supersize this year as it announced plans to shut 700 stores due to falling profits. It had originally planned to shut 350 branches in 2016, but has now doubled that figure to 700. According to a report that appeared in the Washington Times, both McDonalds and Coca-Cola are reevaluating their[Read More...]

Protesters across the world march against Monsanto

Protesters across the world march against Monsanto

Activists from across the globe have protested against Monsanto, citing concerns about the impact of its genetically modified products on human health. Protesters from more than 500 cities and 50 countries across the world took to the streets last Saturday and called for a ban on the worldwide sale of its biotech and agrochemical products. Another reason for the demonstrations[Read More...]

Monsanto vs. Organic

Monsanto vs. Organic

Finally people seem to be waking up to the reality of how big corporations are controlling what we eat and have started to refuse to eat the processed muck that comes out of our industrial plants. In recent months it has been reported that there is now a shift towards organic food, and consumers are now seeking more health-conscious alternatives.[Read More...]

Five great reasons to use coconut oil

Five great reasons to use coconut oil

A great deal has been written about the benefits of coconut oil and the amazing benefits it can have for your health. However, in this blog, I concentrate only on the benefits that have been backed up by scientific studies. So far, all of the indications are, that coconut oil is something of a superfood. So what is so great[Read More...]

Cameron’s staff call police after visits from the priests

Cameron’s staff call police after visits from the priests

A group of priests found themselves on the wrong end of the law after staff members working on behalf of David Cameron contacted the police after they tried to deliver a letter about food poverty to his constituency office. Reverend Keith Hebden, a spokesperson for the End Hunger Fast campaign, visited Cameron’s constituency office in Whitney with the Bishop of[Read More...]