Education

JOINING THE CONVERSATION: MONSANTO TAKES PART IN LOCAL SCIENCE FORUMS

Dialogue, science, and innovation are at the very core of who we are and what we do in Monsanto. That is why we are proud to be part of two recent events among the local and international scientific community. This year Monsanto sponsored the 2016 Puerto...
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SOR ISOLINA FERRE CENTER AND MONSANTO OFFER SCIENCE WORKSHOPS IN PUBLIC HOUSING COMMUNITIES

The Science Mobile, the traveling laboratory of the Sor Isolina Ferre Center, will offer science workshops at four public housing communities in the towns of Juana Diaz and Santa Isabel. This initiative will be possible thanks to a $10,000 donation from...
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WHY IT IS IMPORTANT TO MODERATE OR REDUCE SALT INTAKE?

By Sandra Ortiz-Rosado, LND, CAWM, DE, CECD, and L.E.A.D. Network member For centuries, salt was essential to preserve food, even the term “salary” comes from the word salt. Sodium is an essential mineral for life and one of the components...
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IRON-RICH FOODS

Prepared by Rayna Hichez Coste, LDN Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist. LDN #1553 and L.E.A.D. Network member Iron is one of the most abundant minerals on earth. It is found in every cell of the body. In our diet, it is considered an essential mineral, since...
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PUERTO RICO L.E.A.D. NETWORK VISITS MONSANTO COMPANY FACILITIES

A few months ago Monsanto Puerto Rico developed a new initiative to educate the public about nutrition, following the US model of the Leaders Engaged in Advancing the Dialogue Network (L.E.A.D. Network).  We invited two very well known Puerto Rican dietitians,...
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