How “green” is your meal kit?

How “green” is your meal kit?

Prepackaged, home delivered meal kits roughly entered the U.S. market in 2012 and by 2016 our share of sales made up 40 percent of the $1 billion industry globally. That’s a lot of meal kits. But what’s not to love? You select a meal, then someone else shops for the ingredients, packages them in insulated boxes along with recipe cards that include detailed cooking and serving instructions, and ships them Read more »
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March 12, 2018
Rechargeable vs. Long-life Batteries

Rechargeable vs. Long-life Batteries

With all of the battery operated toys, cameras, appliances, electronic devices and gadgets that find their way under the Christmas tree, by the new year, there could be a mounting pile of dead batteries around the house and the dilemma of how to dispose of them responsibly. But before we get to that, let’s start with some basic information about how to choose which kind of battery has the most Read more »
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November 15, 2017
National Parks – America’s Best Idea

National Parks – America’s Best Idea

Just over a year ago, the National Park Service celebrated its 100th birthday. But the story of our national parks began long before Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service Act in 1916. It took John Muir’s writings that convinced the U.S. government to protect Yosemite, Sequoia, the Grand Canyon and Mt. Rainier as national parks, Teddy Roosevelt “the conservation president,” who established five new national parks from 1901-1909 and Read more »
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September 13, 2017
BATS the super-pollinators/pest exterminators that get a bad rap

BATS the super-pollinators/pest exterminators that get a bad rap

Without nature’s pollinators, we couldn’t produce enough food to feed the world’s population. It’s as plain as that. While we of the human species go about our days without much thought to what it takes for the food crops that sustain us to thrive, there is a mighty buzzing, fluttering and swooping army that is working hard to make sure that the growing process from pollination to harvest takes place Read more »
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July 10, 2017
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in the news Batson Children’s Hospital ER Department Initiates Pediatric Fast Track
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Batson Children’s Hospital ER Department Initiates Pediatric Fast Track JACKSON, Miss. – the Pediatric Emergency Department at Batson Children’s Hospital recently read more »

Families First Provides Adult Addiction Education Program
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Families First Provides Adult Addiction Education Program JACKSON, Miss. – Families First for Mississippi looks to help Mississippians caught in the read more »

MS Science Fest Comes to the LeFleur Museum District for a Third Year
Posted Mon 10/1/2018 3:24AM

JACKSON, Miss. – In 2016, with support and assistance from The Franklin Institute, the Mississippi Children’s Museum piloted the first read more »

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