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Monthly Archives: July 2009
“Soyfood sales top $4 billion.” That’s the news trumpeted by the soy industry in its latest market report “Soyfoods: The U.S. Market 2009.” Sales topped $4 billion in 2008 because “increasingly, knowledgeable consumers voted with their feet even as the … Continue reading
I’m looking forward to seeing the Julia Child movie starring Meryl Streep, which opens August 7. Julia and I shared the same birthday — August 15 – along with Napoleon and Princess Anne, and I always enjoyed keeping track of … Continue reading