Several companies are trying to address food waste, offering less-than-perfect foods at a discount. While these companies operate for profit, the social benefits of their services can be high.
With the world’s food supply under threat, these groups are working toward global food security.
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Reducing food waste is routine at these five restaurants.
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Hundreds of people visit chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s headquarters in the UK each week to gain new food and farming skills that are actually quite old.
Located seven miles south of Burlington on Lake Champlain, the farm’s beautiful formal gardens, turn-of-the-century furnishings and National Historic Landmark designation owe their existence to the fact that the inn began as the country home for a branch of the Vanderbilt family.
When the sun’s high in the sky, solar cookers sizzle in the developing world and on the city sidewalk.
A Chelsea wine shop sources biodynamic wine from across the world.