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OHIO STATE AWARDED USDA GRANT TO LEAD FOOD WASTE INITIATIVE

A professor at Ohio State University is leading an initiative to address food waste in households across the country. Brian Roe says the project is funded by a $2.5 million USDA grant. “Helping households realize the amount of food that they’re wasting is a critical first step,” he says. “There are estimates that the typical… Keep Reading

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New coffee business supporting veterans opens in Gahanna

GAHANNA, Ohio (WCMH) — A new walk-up shop in Gahanna that has been in the works for a decade is now serving coffee and supporting veterans in the process. SGT. Coffee Co. set up shop at 106 Short St. on Monday. The business is owned by married couple Ryan and Brandi Sargent. For the 25… Keep Reading

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Ohio State’s AgOne program accepting applications

For anyone wanting to level up their ag leadership, Ohio State’s Leadership Center is accepting applications for AgOne, a yearlong program for leaders wanting to have a meaningful impact on the industry. Applications and nomination letters are due July 12. Throughout the year, participants will complete skill and behavior assessments, attend one-on-one coaching sessions to… Keep Reading

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Ohio State tackles household food waste

Ohio State University is spearheading a $2.5 million U.S. Department of Agriculture-funded initiative to reduce food loss and waste in the United States. Brian Roe, professor of food, agricultural and environmental sciences at Ohio State University, will oversee a pilot consumer campaign targeting household food-waste reduction. Roe plans to collaborate with Rutgers University to create… Keep Reading

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How to keep your food safe in the scorching heat

COLUMBUS, Ohio —  Many like to enjoy picnics and barbecues when the sun is out, but with high temperatures it’s important to be extra cautious with how food is stored. Temperatures continue to rise as the state of Ohio enters another day in a heat advisory. Unlike when temperatures are cold, people usually gravitate to… Keep Reading

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ONE Health Ohio reopens, adds to Warren West location

WARREN — ONE Health Ohio at Warren West Community Health Center held a grand reopening Friday to the community following its nine-month closure. The health care provider also held a 1 p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony at the 716 Tod Ave SW location to introduce its prescription pharmacy pad, which will provide a variety of in-house pharmacy… Keep Reading

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One Health Ohio Unveils Modernized Health Center, New Pharmacy

WARREN, Ohio – Residents on the west side of Warren can once again access a variety of health care services close to home with the reopening of the Warren West Community Health Center by One Health Ohio. The 25,000-square-foot center on Tod Avenue closed nine months ago for a $1 million renovation. Officials with One… Keep Reading

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Travel: Ohio artifacts can be seen in England

Many travelers and history buffs are aware that the British Museum in London is, controversially, the repository for the ancient Parthenon Marbles, also known as the Elgin Marbles, removed from the Acropolis in Athens, Greece, and brought to England in the early 19th century. But the museum also holds many other historic items from around… Keep Reading

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