Monthly Archives: February 2012

PROFESSOR Seralini, internationally renown molecular biologist is visiting Perth and giving three lectures about his research into the effects of GMOs and pesticides on health. The talks are on: Friday 2nd March 4pm Murdoch University, Hill Lecture Theatre, free entrance Margaret River, Saturday 3rd March 5.30-7.30pm, Cullen Wines, Willyabrup, tickets […]

GMO foods and health lecture

THIS month’s news from the Union of Concerned Scientists highlights the issues around why a lot of innovative ways to produce healthy food while protecting our air, water and soil are being disregarded, and why do they ask are we still using the sam Buy viagra soft cheapest tab e […]

Union of Concerned Scientists

PROFESSOR Barbara Santich who initiated the graduate degree of Food Studies at the University of Adelaide is reported in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Living section that Australia does have a distinctive food culture, but it’s “about innova cheap priligy online tion and variation” rather than a particular set of […]

Australia’s distinctive food culture

THE ABC’s Bush Telegraph reports in Food on Friday section about the National Australian Marmalade Ashes competition. The eleven winners in Australia will face the eleven viagra prices British Marmalade Competition winners later this year. Read last years report on the inaugural event in the Guardian. Further information can be […]

Marmalade Ashes