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Most of our food is moved across great distances—and through many different forms of transit—before it reaches our plates.
“We want what we eat to save our lives; to reflect our worldliness, the uniqueness of our identities; to fulfill our desire for the new and interesting. One result is that some of the most staple of staples — things like bread or milk or apples — are having a ...Read More
After reading this It’s enough to turn me into a vegetarian!
Dairy is a complicated industry this move is incredibly progressive. Wisconsin-based organic brand says they're now the largest food company in the world to be 100 percent powered by renewable energy. Organic Valley has committed to buying renewable energy credits (RECs) from the projects for the next 25 years, along with California-based organic soap company Dr. Bronner’s and the City ...Read More
Protein powder made by fermenting CO2! “A company from Finland, Solar Foods, is planning to bring to market a new protein powder, Solein, made out of CO₂, water and electricity. It's a high-protein, flour-like ingredient that contains 50 percent protein content, 5–10 percent fat, and 20–25 percent carbs. It reportedly looks and tastes like wheat flour, ...Read More
"Young people are far more likely to eat plant-based meat than older generations. And the trend is quickly accelerating as Millennials become parents." Specifically, younger generations' growing acceptance of climate change appears to be playing a vital role.”
Livestock farming is destroying our planet. (...) Plant-based diets, insect farming, lab-grown meat and genetically modified animals have all been proposed as potential solutions. Which is best? All of these combined, say researchers.
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Your Questions About Food and Climate Change, Answered
Julia Moskin, Brad Plumer, Rebecca Lieberman, Eden Weingart, Nadja Popovichnytimes.com ↗︎
An easy read worth sharing with skeptical friends on food and its environmental impact.