We've recently celebrated Earth Day, a day we celebrate each year with an opportunity to learn of better options to support the health of our planet. We learn about the importance of our pollinators, whose populations are often diminished by our less-than-optimal choices in our day-to-day life activities.
What about our food choices? Do we know what is in our food? Are there GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) and other unseen and unhealthy ingredients? Unfortunately, it's getting even more difficult to know due to hidden . . .