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Travel to any city should involve a visit to open markets, and in Uruguay, Montevideo's Feria de Tristán Narvaja is no exception.
Last week the RSPO announced that the sales of sustainable palm oil are surging as demand outpaces supply for the first time ever.
Whole Foods is now selling rabbit meat at a limited number of stores across the United States, and some New Yorkers are very unhappy.
In 1987, Mary Risley founded Food Runners in San Francisco to pick up uneaten food from local businesses to distribute it to charities.
The AP investigated the claims of Buddy Cianci that his pasta sauce benefits schoolchildren, and found that for 3 years, it made a profit of $3.
ConAgra Foods is now the latest large food company to adopt a more sustainable palm oil policy, thanks to pressure from the state of New York.
Returning to Fresno in the summer, and its farmers markets, was certainly a blessing.
Pepsi launched a project in Maharashtra, India to source cashew juice as a new source for some local products. A new drink could be next.
Whole Foods' GMO policy, and the company’s promise to have its products completely GMO-free by 2018, is having consequences on artisan food makers.
Coca-Cola promises to invest and additional US$ 5 billion in sustainable development projects in Africa through the end of this decade.
According to the most recent Organic Cotton Market Report 2013, H&M has reemerged number as number one in the annual rankings of organic cotton buyers.
Cargill recently issued a new sustainable palm oil policy, promising to respect human rights and halt deforestation associated with the industry.