Wellness 2018-04-06T14:31:45+00:00

Wellness

It’s not just what we eat. From farm to fork and food waste, too, we’ve got you covered.

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Be Active!

Being physically active helps you feel better and can help reduce the risk of some chronic diseases. Adults should be active at least 2½ hours a week. Here are some tips to help you move more.

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Sustainability – Almonds

Sustainable almond farming utilizes production practices that are economically viable and based upon scientific research, common sense and a respect for the environment, neighbors and employees.

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Sustainability – Beans

You might already know that beans are a nutrition powerhouse. What you may not know is that they also have a very positive environmental story to tell. Bean plants promote soil health. The roots of bean plants contain rhizomes, or nodules that contain bacteria that convert nitrogen (a greenhouse gas) in the air into a form plants can use.

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Sustainability – Pork

Conservation, recycling, land management, water quality, air quality and manure management are areas of priority for pig farmers for continuous improvement. Safeguarding the environment comes naturally to America’s pork producers because they understand their inherent responsibility to future generations.

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Let’s Talk Trash

Cut back on food waste and loss to save money, improve access to food, and protect natural resources

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Sustainability – Beef

To the beef community, sustainability comprises much more than environmental considerations. Today, a sustainable food supply balances efficient production with environmental, social and economic impacts.

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