Blog Posts - Sustainable Food



Grow, Cook, Eat Sustainable FOOD TREE Art Print

 This image contains an embedded watermark to protect against digital theft.This watermark will not be present in your print.Grow, Cook, Eat Sustainable FOOD TREEAn art print of a colored pencil original drawingfrom Pop Art Diva$15.00Shipping is...
by The Pop Art Diva Blog on Aug 26, 2015

How Hampton Creek Aims to Guarantee Healthy, Safe & Sufficient Food For All

We chat with Hampton Creek CEO Josh Tetrick about re-engineering the food system, the wild success of Mayo Gate and why an IPO may be in the startup's future. The post How Hampton Creek Aims to Guarantee Healthy, Safe & Sufficient Food For All...
by Food+Tech Connect on May 1, 2015

The 4 towers of consumption of food and water resources

With its unique take on the theme of Expo Milano 2015 Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life, Switzerland,  reflects on the scarcity of food resources in the world and shows the other side of abundance.... Find environmental sustainability activities...
by Sustainable Friends on Apr 24, 2015

Join Us on 4.29 for Meetup/Fundraiser for Jimmy’s No. 43

Help Jimmy's No. 43 get back on its feet after the E Village explosion. Join us on 4.29 for a Meetup/fundraiser with snacks and drinks from standout local makers. The post Join Us on 4.29 for Meetup/Fundraiser for Jimmy’s No. 43 appeared first...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 24, 2015

Catalyzing a Food Revolution through Connected Ecosystems & Open Innovation

Expo Milano's Feeding the Accelerator Curator explores how moving from silos to ecosystems, closed labs to open innovation is critical for a better future. The post Catalyzing a Food Revolution through Connected Ecosystems & Open Innovation appe...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 24, 2015

Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future

Peretz Partensky of Sourcery explores how new tech and decentralized business models are tackling the least transparent part of our food system: the supply chain. The post Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future appeared first on Fo...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 17, 2015

Making Healthful, Sustainable Food the 21st Century Value Meal

Lawrence Williams of REAL Certified explores what it would look like the "value meal" became associated with health instead of quantity and palatability. The post Making Healthful, Sustainable Food the 21st Century Value Meal appeared first on Food...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 16, 2015

Harnessing Existing Distribution Infrastructure to Make Sustainable Food Mainstream

Baldor CEO TJ Murphy on leveraging operational expertise and industry-tested best practices to bring new levels of efficiency to the sustainable food movement. The post Harnessing Existing Distribution Infrastructure to Make Sustainable Food Mainstre...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 15, 2015

Film, Food and Flowers: The Sustainable Food Film Series at the Denver Botanic Garden

In spite of my general lack of posting over the past year, I just recently passed the milestone in the food-blogging world of having a blog in pretty much continuous publication for a period of five years. What this means is that I am an old man now...
by Denver On a Spit on Oct 19, 2014

Google Food Team’s Big Vision for Hacking A Better Future of Dining

Michiel Bakker dives into how Google is working to build more sustainable communities, using tech to build engagement and the food program's 5-year plan.The post Google Food Team’s Big Vision for Hacking A Better Future of Dining appeared first...
by Food+Tech Connect on Jun 10, 2014

Why We Need to Hack the Farm Bill

Guest post by Matte Rothe, co-founder, FEED Collaborative. The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of Food+Tech Connect.  While many of us know that the food system is broken, too few of us actually...
by Food+Tech Connect on Jun 9, 2014

Making “Farm to Table” the Norm by Increasing Food Chain Transparency

Jennifer Goggin of FarmersWeb explores how we can use tech to bring transparency to restaurants and foodservice, helping consumers make more informed food choices.The post Making “Farm to Table” the Norm by Increasing Food Chain Transpare...
by Food+Tech Connect on Jun 4, 2014

Aquaponics Program Teaches About Sustainable Environment

Students of all ages are learning more than basic geometry and science where an aquaponics program teaches about sustainable environment.  At Kula Aupuni Niihau A […]...
by How To Learn on Mar 18, 2014

A Dutch Weed Burger carnivores love

Inspired by the daunting problem of overpopulation in combination with our dependency on meat for our proteins, Mark Kulsdom and Lisette Kreischer launched the Dutch Weed Burger in August 2012. Made of mainly seaweed and some soy, the burger contai...
by Green Entrepreneurship on Feb 16, 2014

Crowd butching your meat from sustainable sources

Buy your piece of cow directly from the farmer. Crowd butching makes this possible. Similar to other green crowd funding, participants buy a cow together. As soon as all meat is allocated, the cow goes to the butcher and your meat is delivered two we...
by Green Entrepreneurship on Jan 15, 2014

FOOD FOR LIFE COLORED PENCIL ART - Farm to Table Inspired

   FOOD FOR LIFE started it's journey as a logo design for a company (who shall remain nameless) that never finished paying me for the work.  I have contracts with all my clients and one of the provisos is that "you don't pay, I don...
by The Pop Art Diva Blog on Jul 10, 2013

FOOD FOR LIFE COLORED PENCIL ART - Farm to Table Inspired

   FOOD FOR LIFE started it's journey as a logo design for a company (who shall remain nameless) that never finished paying me for the work.  I have contracts with all my clients and one of the provisos is that "you don't pay, I don...
by The Pop Art Diva Blog on Jul 10, 2013

Eat Now Before the Food Apocalypse Starves Us All

If we don't double our food production billions of people will soon starve to death. What you can do to prevent this tragedy.
by Dieting can be fun on Dec 19, 2012

Frequently Asked Questions at Hastings Dairy

Interacting with people on my blog and hosting visitors at our dairy farm has provided opportunities for many conversations about what we do on our farm. There are some questions that come up over and over again, so I decided to add an “FAQ”...
by The Dairy Mom on Sep 11, 2012

A Taste of Two Regions – Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley

One of the best things about Melbourne is that it has some brilliant food and wine regions right on its doorstep. We get a taste of two regions – Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley – on a day trip from Melbourne with Simon, a food and wine gu...
by grantourismo on Jun 10, 2012


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