Monthly Archives: August 2015

School lunches around the world

By Brandie Piper Published Aug. 15, 2015 on Discover.Monsanto.com. School lunches around the world are as diverse as the school children who eat them. Many students in the United States are already heading back to class, while kids in Vietnam … Continue reading

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Farming your school supplies

By Brandie Piper Published Aug. 5, 2015 on Discover.Monsanto.com. We already know that everything we eat began with a farmer. But did you know crops aren’t just used for food? Among other things, some are closely tied to back-to-school supplies. … Continue reading

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Delicious summer produce

By Brandie Piper Published July 29, 2015 on Discover.Monsanto.com. One of the joys of the warmer months is enjoying summer produce, such as berries, peaches, sweet corn, watermelon and zucchini, to name a few. The availability of delicious summer produce … Continue reading

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Canola: A truly Canadian crop

By Brandie Piper Published July 1, 2015 on Discover.Monsanto.com. As Canada celebrates its 148th birthday on July 1, we want to take a look at the only crop in the world that can be considered truly Canadian – canola! The … Continue reading

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Meet nature’s pollinators

By Brandie Piper Published June 29, 2015 on Discover.Monsanto.com. This is the third article in a series on the importance of bees and pollinators to agriculture and food production. The first article in the series focused on the start of … Continue reading

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