Acai Smoothie With Strawberry And Blueberry
Looking to add taste to your diet without adding calories? Learn to make an acai smoothie you'll crave with this simple recipe from HoneyColony.

Acai Smoothie With Strawberry And Blueberry

This acai smoothie with strawberry and blueberry is easy to make, delicious, and packed with nutrition. Get the perfect key ingredients here at HoneyColony and enjoy this amazing acai smoothie.

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Top 5 Affordable Superfoods: Vinegar To Acai Berry Juice
From your everyday apple cider vinegar to the tiny acai berry, plenty of super foods will fit into a tight budget. HoneyColony contributor Marni Ayers counts down the five best super foods for the frugal among us.

Top 5 Affordable Superfoods: Vinegar To Acai Berry Juice

Our top 5 affordable superfoods will fit into even the tightest budget. With these five items at your disposal, you can enjoy the benefits of superfoods every day.

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How To Make An Acai Bowl You’ll Love
Learn how to make your own acai bowl and order all the hard-to-find products you need to do so at HoneyColony.com

How To Make An Acai Bowl You’ll Love

The acai bowl is absolutely delicious and packed with nutrition. Find out more about why the acai bowl is a hot trend for coast to coast and how you can score one for yourself.

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Causes Of Bee Population Decline Challenged In California
Activists legally challenge California for approving the use of neonic pesticides, despite evidence these chemicals cause bee population decline.

Causes Of Bee Population Decline Challenged In California

Activist groups challenge California’s illegal approval of new agricultural uses for neonicotinoid pesticides despite mounting evidence that pesticides are causing an unprecedented bee population decline.

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Bee Colony Collapse: A Sticky Situation For EPA
Learn about the history of bee colony collapse from Center for Food Safety Campaign Coordinator Larissa Walker.

Bee Colony Collapse: A Sticky Situation For EPA

The Center for Food Safety was pleased to see the White House recently acknowledge the impact of pesticides. But simply acknowledging these impacts will not stop bee colony collapse.

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