The International Food Information Council Foundation recently dug deep into what Baby Boomers think about food and nutrition in the “2016 Food & Health Survey” and found that perceptions of the healthfulness of certain foods vary dramatically among generations, especially between Boomers versus Millennials.
Jim Wiesemeyer, well-known economist and Washington Policy Analyst for Pro Farmer, is always interesting and informed on what’s happening in Washington, D.C. as it relates to agriculture. Wiesemeyer has spoken at several pork meetings I’ve attended this year, and also spoke this week at the Farm Journal Editorial Summit in[…]Read More »
Towering 13 feet over Main Street, a robed goddess holds aloft a menacing six-legged creature, a true monument to weevil. With other landmarks in the Deep South under fire, the Boll Weevil Monument stands alone. “There’s no other place that has a monument to a bug,” says local merchant Jessica[…]Read More »