January, 2010 Issue
The Highs and Lows of Hemp as a Food Ingredient
Hemp is no longer a blast from the past; itís becoming more widely recognized as a low-input, sustainable industrial crop with a potential for making everything from textiles and paper to biofuel. Itís also become a popular functional food ingredient. Agricultural hemp has a rich, centuries-old history of use as traditional medicine by many cultures across the world.
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