We talk a lot about voting with your wallet, but sometimes it’s hard to know where your food dollars are really going. Even when you try to support smaller brands, you never know whether they’ve just sold to a large corporation that you don’t want taking your money.
One of the most useful apps on my phone is a free grocery app called Grocery IQ. As a person who visits the grocery store often, it’s very handy to have my lists all in one place on a device that I always have with me. I can add to it no matter where I am and just pull it out whenever I’m at the store.
What if there were a mobile app that helped you live greener and save money, all while helping alleviate global poverty? Check out Whole Planet Foundation’s Make Change, Not Waste app.
We cover the fights over consumers’ right to know (GMO labeling laws) quite a bit, here at Eat Drink Better. I live in Hawaii, where one of the most contentious [ … ]
Check out this app designed to feed your hungry neighbors. LeftoverSwap, soon to launch, will help us connect our leftovers with someone who craves them.
Great new iPhone app can help you to avoid non-vegetarian ingredients. [social_buttons] For numerous vegetarians and vegans, it is great when a company’s food labels specifically say “contains no animal [ … ]