The research is clear: a plant-based diet is better for our body and our planet. But are people in the US making dietary changes to keep up with the times?
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Feeling left out of the bone broth trend? Vegan bone broth to the rescue!
There’s a lot wrong with our food system, but things are beginning to get better. Here’s some recent food news that you can feel good about!
These are the healthy food trends in 2016 that we’re most excited about!
Bone broth is one of the hottest new food trends, but how healthy is bone broth? Is the science really there?
Sick of sriracha? Crapped out on kale? Wondering what we’ll be eating in the food world of 2015? Here’s a taste of this year’s top food trends.
There are lots of gross, unhealthy food trends out there, and it’s easy to get very gloom and doom about our food system. There are some silver linings though. Check out these awesome food trends!
FoodNavigator-USA recently picked its list of 10 food and beverage entrepreneurs to watch in 2014 and some of the entrepreneurs are finding profit in healthful, innovative, inspiring food trends. This is the third in a series highlighting the best of FoodNavigator-USA’s list of 10 food and beverage entrepreneurs to watch in 2014. Food Navigator’s third F&B entrepreneur is none […]
With both diet and regular soda sales slumping, it’s no surprise that Pepsico is looking at ways to capitalize on its other offerings. And it appears that its Frito-Lay division’s Doritos snacks may be the next terrible food trends. And it’s not one of the healthy restaurant trends that Mary talked about last month.
The National Restaurant Association just released its annual What’s Hot Culinary Forecast. The future looks bright, and it makes me hungry. Read on for my favorite bits…
Fast food workers across the U.S. strike for a livable minimum wage, and for the right to unionize. Industry threatens robots, disaster, and utter economic collapse if it’s forced to pay food workers enough to buy food. Whether or not you would ever in a million years patronize fast food restaurants, this conflict highlights the need to examine and revise laws allowing unlimited exploitation of workers by food industry giants. As such it’s long past due, and worth close watching.
This week’s top news features GMOs, horse slaughter, food stamps, and some nifty vegan wins. Also, apparently the USDA hates both chickens and poultry plant workers. Read on, for some infuriating and also some encouraging developments in food news! Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 2013: GMO News Galore There’s good news and annoying news this week from the GMO front, as public […]
From time to time, against my better judgment, I succumb to a twinge of cautious optimism. Recent news items have provoked another attack; before I go lie down with a cool towel on my forehead and wait for it to pass, I thought I’d share!