If I could live anywhere, I’d live in Italy. The next best thing? Eataly — Chicago’s Italian food megamarket. Sensazionale! Let me take you on a tour…
Food waste stats are staggering, and our refusal to buy misshapen, ugly produce is a big part of the problem. But people are starting to flip the script.
Don’t judge a carrot by its straightness or an apple by its roundness. Most “defective” produce ends up as food waste because it’s just not pretty enough.
When it comes to shopping for groceries, it’s tough to make good decisions. Enter Marion Nestle — nutritionist, author, and food hero — and her 5 rules for buying good groceries.