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This billboard about how to fight drought with diet appeared in my neighborhood and brightened my day!
A new study looks at meal kit services and finds a ton of issues with how safe the foods are when they arrive at your door – and the results are damning.
Let’s look at some practical ways to reduce waste when you go out to eat.
The government has had a hand in marketing the least healthy foods for decades. This pro-GMO program isn’t much different from the USDA checkoff programs that promote meat and dairy to consumers.
Food packaging waste is one of my pet peeves. These are some DIY ways to reduce food packaging waste, like the amount of paper and plastic, that you bring home from the grocery store.
Food waste is a very serious topic, but this funny music video makes it a little easy to spread the message about food waste.
Palm oil is found in everything from vegan butter to shampoo, and it has devastating consequences for people and planet. Learn why palm oil is a problem, and find out which companies are making commitments to more sustainable palm oil production.
Elmhurst Dairy closed in late 2016, but they’ve rebranded and are now serving up plant-based milks that are better for people and planet!
Cooking from scratch is healthier for us and produces less waste. Robyn shares a peek at her journey preparing from-scratch food for herself and her family.
Not all foods are safe for our dogs to eat. These are five foods that are toxic to dogs that you might not know about.
Bay Area startup, Imperfect Produce, saw the ugly veggies we throw away as absurd waste and created a business model around it.
A new study found that Americans following a gluten free diet had higher levels of arsenic in their urine and mercury in their blood.