Building on the reputation of our blog, foodfreedom.wordpress.com, we finally launched a site that can accept ads and sell products. Please excuse our dust while the site develops into what we hope will be your daily read.
In addition to addressing food safety (healthy, chem-free and unadulterated chow), food freedom (the right to choose your own food or farmer), and food sovereignty (the right of local regions to determine food safety standards and appropriate ag technologies despite international trade agreements), you’ll find a wide variety of topics here that impact on your personal freedom, health, income, community and general well-being.
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Editor, Rady Ananda
Rady Ananda’s work has appeared in several online and print publications, including four books. She holds a B.S. in Natural Resources from The Ohio State University’s School of Agriculture. She tweets her own work from @RadysRant; while tweeting other work from @geobear7.
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FYI: Rady rhymes with Lady: RAY dee. Ananda: uh NON duh
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