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The coming oil collapse will lead to global famine followed by food revolution and renewal

Tuesday, September 02, 2014
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger







(NaturalNews) The era we are all witnessing in our world right now may one day be called the "era of collapse."





As is now evident to anyone paying attention, humans are rapidly using up all the world's finite resources. 




Water aquifers are being pumped dry, rare earth minerals are being depleted through aggressive mining operations, and fossil fuels are being burned up far faster than they can be replenished.





The energy industry argues that they can always find more oil no matter how high the demand escalates, but this is a mathematical impossibility. As the Earth's population continues to explode, energy usage skyrockets with it, and the consumption of energy by human civilization has already vastly exceeded what fossil fuels can sustainably provide.


Why the food supply is built on cheap fossil fuelsWhat most people don't realize, however, is just how much the global food supply relies on cheap fossil fuels.…

MAJOR USA IMPORTER QUESTIONS LOGIC BEHIND NMB RIPENING PROGRAM

US: Mango ripening yet to catch on


While ripening avocados has become common in the American fresh produce industry, the same techniques have not been adopted when it comes to mangos. 


Though ready-to-eat avocados are now readily accepted in the marketplace, similarly marketed mangoes have not yet been accepted by retailers or consumers.








“I don't see many people going toward ripening at this point,” said Gary Clevenger of Freska Produce. 


“There have been promotions and webinars on the ripening process put on by the Mango Board.” He explained that he likes the concept.

 “When a consumer gets a product that is good, it will generate repeat sales, but we are way off before implementing such a program here.”

Besides they also need to look at keeping the costs down.


“There is a lot of mixed maturity in a box, so a lot of repacking needs to be done, unless somebody wants to invest in a repacking machine that can gauge ripeness.”


There are some machines available at a very high cost, so it need…