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Democratized Tech App Helps to Cut Food Waste; Not Only Carrots, But Sweet Potatoes Preserve Your Vision Too; Coffee in Crisis; School Lunch Shaming Ends in NY

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New Web-Based App Democratizes Technology for Food Buyers and Suppliers Recently launched, BlueCart is a virtual platform for increasing efficiency in the food supply chain and ultimately, cutting down on food waste. It is an app which allows buyers and … Read More

May 21: Slow Toast by Slow Food NYC and Toast

Slow Food NYC and Toast Ale present SLOW TOAST: A food waste cook-off between chefs and bakers, paired with an enlightening panel discussion! Cost: $30 Admission includes 1 raffle ticket. Where: Jimmy’s No. 43. – 43 East 7th Street, New … Read More

Food Waste to Food Rescue; Sugary Drinks Are Banned; Food Activists Preserving Culture; DOW Chemical Representatives Working in the Shadows

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NYC Councilman Turns Food Waste to Food Rescue In April 2015, New York City announced it’s goal to achieve zero waste by 2030, reducing the 30 percent of our city’s waste which consists of food. In alignment with a number of other city-wide waste-reduction initiatives, … Read More

April 20: Food Waste; Food Rescue: An Enlightenerd Eaters Panel Discussion

Join a panel discussion hosted by James Beard Foundation, Natural Gourmet Institute, and Slow Food NYC to learn more about how forward-thinking organizations are innovating food rescue efforts, and what you can do to reduce your own food waste. When: … Read More

Organic, Healthy Food In Schools; Compost Makes Energy and Money

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Healthy, Organic Cereals Pave the Way for Good Food in Schools According to the Wall Street Journal, the nation’s childhood-obesity rates have tripled since the 1970s, and legislators are clashing over the effectiveness of recent federal rules mandating healthier fare … Read More

iEat Green Visits the Farmers Market in Pinecrest; Leah Lizarondo, Co-Founder of 412 Food Rescue Joins iEat Green on the Progressive Radio Network

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Hi Everyone, I was in Florida this past week visiting my dear friend, and we took a stroll to the local Farmers Market. Wow! It is amazing how different the local produce can be, from one state to another. I … Read More

Vertical Farming; Renewable Energy Isn’t Going Anywhere; Northeast Food Distributor Baldor Eliminates Food Waste; NY Nuclear Power Plant Finally Shutdown; Sugar Kills, We Know; Eating Peanuts Early Could Prevent Peanut Allergies

Growing in the City Without Water or Sunlight, Say What? Since Ed Harwood first began thinking about how to feed the population of New York City in the year 2050, vertical farming has become the most recent buzz in food … Read More

December 9: Nutrition Education Network’s Food Waste and Policy Panel

WHO: First, join a panel of policy experts for lively conversation about federal, state, and NYC food waste initiatives: Jennifer Noll Folliard MPH, RDN Director, USDA Legislation and Policy Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Julia McCarthy, JD Policy Analyst Laurie … Read More


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