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Food Finder Software Tracks Farm to


Fork Supply Chain Serious concerns have surfaced about food transparency, and people are asking questions.


Documentaries like Rotten urge consumers to think twice about the origins


and ingredients of their food, but answers are not always readily available. In addition to


environmental concerns like long-distance transportation, people are worried about food recalls and safety. FoodLogiQ’s software


solution creates “farm to fork traceability”, welcoming companies across the industry to participate, with approximately 7,000 having registered so far in some 100 countries—including Whole Foods, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Carl’s Jr., Subway, Buffalo Wild Wings and the Panda Restaurant Group. Information provides


useful details such as where the food was


harvested, whether pesticides were used, where the food traveled and how it was processed. FoodLogiQ Chief Marketing Officer Katy Jones suggests this is an important moment of change in the food industry, saying, “Food companies are embracing global standards to increase efficiencies and build a foundation for traceability and supply chain visibility.”


Turtle Turnaround Hatchlings Return to Mumbai Beach After 20 Years


At Versova Beach, in the Indian coastal city of Mumbai, local volunteers have stepped up to finally clean up a shore covered in ankle-deep trash and waste. The United Nations described the transformation as the world’s largest beach cleanup project ever, and the work has been rewarded with serious environmental progress. For the first time in 20 years, Olive Ridley


sea turtles have hatched at Versova. The turtle is currently classified as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature because of environmental pollution. They’re the smallest and most common sea turtle, but all species are threatened by human encroachment and pollution. Lawyer and conservationist Afroz Shah


says, “I had tears in my eyes when I saw them walking towards the ocean.” Local ecologists say it’s possible the Olive Ridley turtles have been nesting on the beach without anyone noticing, but capturing this momentous occasion is a huge boon to the volunteers, which have encountered some resistance via harassment and bureaucracy.


Be Well in Mind, Body and Spirit with Integrative and Primary Care


Grewal Center for Mind Body Medicine is an integrative and healing- oriented primary care practice. Dr. Kiran Grewal believes there is no separation between mind, body and spirit, and that philosophy guides her practice. Her goal is to cultivate an empathetic and respectful partnership with you so that you will benefi t from:


• A unique combination of conventional and integrative medicine • An applied emphasis on non-invasive treatments (whenever possible) • A focus on life-style interventions and the root causes of your chronic conditions


Dr. Grewal is a Board Certifi ed Family Medicine physician and Integrative Functional Medicine doctor. She has been practicing medicine since 2009.


Call today to begin your journey to better health and a brighter future.


Kiran Grewal, MD Preston Professional Plaza


1003 High House Road, Cary, NC 919-234-7169


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