Brittany Pavon Suriel
Brittany Pavon Suriel
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Sikh or Sheikh: Why the Latest Romney Gaffe Is Being Blown Up in the Media

A sheik is a term in Arabic for an elder or religious leader. Sikhism is a religion with roots in South Asia and no affiliation with Islam.

Burger King Leads Crusade to Improve Animal Treatment

Burger King pledges to serve cage-free eggs and pork by 2017, but the move towards improving the treatment of animals will mean little unless other restaurants follow suit.
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New York's Meals on Wheels Hit Bumps in the Road

The food truck craze sweeping America presents some unique challenges in sanitation and competition that demand stricter regulation.
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Debunking the “Eating Healthy is Expensive” Myth

Healthy and organic foods are no longer reserved for the wealthy. Large cities across the country have come up with innovative programs to make fresh foods more affordable and accessible.
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Grocery Consumers Pay More for a Good Story

In the era of natural food, marketers know how to appeal to consumers. Creating a narrative of cows and lush fields makes consumers more willing to pay the high price for organic food.
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What Now for Human Rights in Egypt?

Now that Mubarak is out of power, the question is whether the military will uphold and defend human rights, or if it will continue to cover up human rights violations committed by those in power.