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Agriculture

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  • Walmart moves into organic food with Wild Oats relaunch

    Walmart moves into organic food with Wild Oats relaunch
    Walmart is moving into organic foods with the relaunch of the Wild Oats brand, the retailer announced Thursday. The mass discounter is promising more affordable prices -- 25 percent savings compared to national brand organic products -- on everything...
  • 13 costly website mistakes small businesses make (and what you should do instead)

    If your small business doesn't have a website, you're inevitably missing out on potential clients and potential cash. Already got a site? Good. Now, let's talk strategy. Because the quality of that site could also be impacting your bottom line. "Anybody...
  • READER SUBMITTED: History Of Ellington Farms

    Ellington's rich and intriguing agricultural history is now being documented for all to enjoy via the new Ellington Farmers Market blog. The decision to begin this project started after the posting of a photo of the original Lanz Farm, located on Frog...
  • Target expands its natural, organic selection

    Target Corp. said Tuesday that it will partner with 17 existing brands to expand its line of natural, organic and sustainable products. The "Made to Matter: Hand-picked by Target" collection will feature about 120 products from brands as diverse as Burt'...
  • Avoid Easter Bunny Mayhem

    Avoid Easter Bunny Mayhem
    Every spring, children eagerly anticipate a visit from that furry purveyor of candy, the Easter Bunny.   Parents, on the other hand, do not look forward to the chaos that he often leaves in his wake when their kids eat all of those brightly colored...
  • NAI Summit leases industrial space, and other companies making news

    NAI Summit leases industrial space Mike Adams, senior vice president at NAI Summit, recently represented the owner, Denholtz Associates, in the lease renewal of 9,600 square feet of space at 969 Postal Road in Allentown. The tenant, Harrisburg News Co.,...
  • Feds let Naperville trucking firm operate despite poor safety record

     Feds let Naperville trucking firm operate despite poor safety record
    Federal regulators knew for years that the Naperville trucking company involved in a fatal January crash had a history of violating safety rules, but records show they did little to stop the carrier from sending unsafe drivers onto the road until after...
  • Shifting Medicare Advantage Landscape Unsettles Patients

    Robert Buccieri of Norwalk needs a life-saving kidney transplant. He has end-stage renal disease, meaning his kidneys no longer function at the level needed for day-to-day life. To qualify for a transplant and make sure he was healthy enough for the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hamden Residents Capitalize On 'Energize Hamden' Initiative

    Residents of Hamden made energy efficiency strides by participating in 'Energize Hamden.' Residents had the opportunity to sign-up for the Home Energy Solutions program, convert to high-efficiency natural gas, receive rebates, take advantage of reduced...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Local Gardeners Celebrate National 20-n-20 Fight Against Hunger

    Over 20 Million Pounds Raised Nationwide in 20 Years through the Plant a Row for the Hungry Campaign. Since the first harvests in 1994, gardeners in the U.S. and Canada have delivered more than 20 million pounds of fresh vegetables and fruits to the...
  • E-cigarette bill could put more tobacco in teens' hands, groups contend

    E-cigarette bill could put more tobacco in teens' hands, groups contend
    TALLAHASSEE — Health groups and local governments say decades of work to keep tobacco products out of the hands of young people could be overturned through a House measure billed as prohibiting the sale of trendy electronic cigarettes to minors....