Let’s look at some practical ways to reduce waste when you go out to eat.
I’m always ready to take on a new eco-challenge. Inspired by trash-free enthusiast Lauren Singer, this month I tried zero-waste grocery shopping, and it was awesome!
What if you could compost or even eat the packaging that your food came in? One brewery is making this a reality with its new edible six pack rings.
The city of Phoenix is using the Super Bowl to launch a city-wide effort to reduce food waste.
Did you know that you can’t recycle paper once it has food grease on it? On college campuses, that means tons of cardboard headed to landfills. Enter: The Pizza Box Project.
Food packaging is an often unsung part of our food waste problem, but these grocery stores are trying to change that by changing the way we shop for food.
Germany is getting its very first zero packaging grocery store: Original Unverpackt in Berlin. Take a peek!
How do people respond to four nutritionally equal food products with varying low-sodium claims? A new study shows how influential a food label’s claims can be.
Yay, companies are using recycled materials to make packaging! Boo, it may be toxic. Sigh. We can’t win…ever.
We’ve talked about nanoparticles and food here before on EDB in nanoparticle pesticides. Now, these little babies may be making their way into food packaging.