The Center for Food Integrity hosts a venue for experts from universities across the country to weigh in on what’s true, plausible, unknown, misguided or just plain false.
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Chesterfield, MO (PRWEB) March 5, 2010
Hungry for answers about where your food, fiber and some renewable fuels come from? Do you feel unsure about modern, U.S. agriculture or have “agricultural angst?” The United Soybean Board would like to point you in the direction of a new resource that may help put some of your questions to bed.
BestFoodFacts.org, developed by the Center for Food Integrity, hosts a venue for experts from universities across the country to weigh in on what’s true, plausible, unknown, misguided or just plain false.
Some topics being discussed now include:
- Technology’s role in feeding the expanding global population
- Animal welfare on modern farms
- The price of food around the world
- Truths about organic and non-organic food
Get the answers to these questions or submit your own right now by going here. To stay up-to-date on topics such as biotechnology, food supply, sustainability and animal agriculture, follow the United Soybean Board on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.
About the United Soybean Board
The United Soybean Board represents a group of volunteer farmer-leaders administering a U.S. soy research and promotion program known most commonly as the “soybean checkoff.” Through the soybean chcekoff, U.S. soybean farmers invest a portion of their sales in research and promotion to provide food, feed fuel and fiber to the world. By building demand for such things as biodiesel, soybean meal, soybean oil, soy exports and more, the soybean checkoff helps ensure a profitable future for all American soybean farmers. On the Web:
Web site: unitedsoybean.org