Consumers are showing an ever increasing support of the food industry's sustainability efforts, but it is unclear how much those green efforts translate into sales.
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Researchers from Tel Aviv University have recently discovered a collection of gold and silver jewelry, dated from around 1100 B.C., hidden in a vessel at the archaeological site of Tel Megiddo in the Jezreel Valley in northern Israel.
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