Archives for Food and consumer products
For the past six months eight rare breed pigs have been reared outdoors in Stepney City Farm, on a diet of food that would have otherwise been wasted.
The EU enlargement process introduces new opportunities for small farmers in the Balkans, but also new risks. Slow Food Bulgaria and Osservatorio organized a conference in Sofia on the protection of the region's traditional food.
Entrepreneur Kadir Nurman recently died in Germany, leaving with one of the finest titles bestowed on anyone: "Inventor of the doner kebab." But did he?
Want to GET sustainable when shopping? Target and GoodGuide have joined forces, a great move for product sustainability ratings.
The current misleading mayhem over food labeling could change if the Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2013 becomes law.
WikiPearl believes it can transform how food is presented with its edible packaging, starting with ice cream.
Cascadian Farm has introduced a new cereal box liner made from “green” materials, but the environmental benefits of this innovation are unclear.
The idea of a tree-free paper is tantalizing; but could it really scale and become a viable alternative the way Harrelson and Step Forward promise?
Living amongst some of the world’s most amazing farms and orchards is a huge bonus from living in the San Joaquin Valley.
In a recent article for Sustainable Brands, I review Burt’s Bees’ latest sustainability report, a task as the "natural" label was repeated incessantly!
If one bicycling highlight stands out, it would have to be in the wine country region of Mendoza, northwestern Argentina. Cycling in Mendoza makes for a stunning day.
Eating more fruits and vegetables is good for many bottom lines. A Union of Concerned Scientists report places a dollar value on the benefits of a healthier society.