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#Organic

# organic - Saturday 10 February, 2018

Organic food provides significant environmental benefits to vegetarian diets - research

The study of over 34,000 people is the first to examine the environmental impacts of both food choices and farm production systems.

# organic - Saturday 15 November, 2014

# organic - Saturday 10 May, 2014

An organic meal-in-a-bag has raised $40,000 in less than a week

Ambronite is looking to enter the field of healthy, quick, convenience foods that could make up the future of dining.

# organic - Friday 10 January, 2014

How clean are Irish apples? This student put it to the test

A Limerick student looked at organic and non-organic apples for a BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition project.

# organic - Monday 11 February, 2013

Food growing set to be added to UK curriculum - what about Ireland? Horticulture This post contains a poll

Food growing set to be added to UK curriculum - what about Ireland?

Should it also be brought into Irish schools?

# organic - Sunday 16 September, 2012

Poll: Do you buy organic food? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you buy organic food?

Are you concious of what you put in your basket or trolley? And if you buy organic, why?

# organic - Tuesday 28 August, 2012

Groups aim to launch legal challenge against GM trials GM

Groups aim to launch legal challenge against GM trials

Green Party Councillor Malcolm Noonan explained the reasoning behind the legal challenge, which involves a number of Irish food producers and organic groups.

# organic - Monday 9 April, 2012

Column: We should be wary of GM foods, if the past has taught us anything

In the past received wisdom was to blanket our fields in chemicals, writes Walter Ryan-Purcell – so what does that tell us for today?