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This macaroni and cheese helps fight climate change
by Adele Peters
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6 March 2018
On 6 March 2018 Fast Company reported:
On a box of macaroni and cheese that will launch this month, the name of the farmer who grew the wheat used to make the pasta -- Nate Powell-Palm, who has a farm outside Bozeman, Montana -- is printed on the front. The manufacturer, Annie's, Inc, wanted to highlight the fact that Powell-Palm is using regenerative farming practices, a series of steps that go farther than what's required for an organic label-and that could help fight climate change by sequestering carbon in the soil.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the fields of environment and business, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
The practices used in regenerative farming aren't new, but many are less common now than they were in the past.
... in South Dakota, General Mills is helping farmers convert thousands of acres from conventional farmland to organic and incorporate regenerative practices like crop rotations and cover cropping.
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