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May 26, 2017
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Food Sustainability News & Links

Top stories from the week in food sustainability:

Farming the World: China’s Epic Race to Avoid a Food Crisis (Bloomberg)

No set menu to feed cities’ growing appetite (Reuters)

Has This Silicon Valley Startup Finally Nailed the Indoor Farming Model? (Fast Company)

Brexit and the coming food crisis: ‘If you can’t feed a country, you haven’t got a country’ (Guardian) Continue Reading →

May 5, 2017
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Food Sustainability News & Links

Top stories from the week in food sustainability:

Trump eats away at Michelle Obama’s school lunch legacy (Politico)

This Startup Has a Natural Solution to the $2.6 Trillion Food Waste Problem (Fortune)

Prescriptions For Fresh Produce, And Other World Changing Ideas In Food (Fast Company)

The demand for ‘local’ food is growing — here’s why investors should pay attention (Business Insider) Continue Reading →

April 28, 2017
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Food Sustainability News & Links

Top stories from the week in food sustainability:

Antibiotics the next ethical investment battleground (AFR Weekend)

How Daily Table Sells Healthy Food To The Poor At Junk Food Prices (Forbes)

The Match.com of Seed Saving (Civil Eats)

To Help Save the Planet, This Entrepreneur Builds Sustainable Farms in Urban Cities (Entrepreneur) Continue Reading →

April 25, 2017
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Fighting Crohn’s Disease With Healthy Fast Food, a Q&A with Cindy Frei

Cindy Frei and her son Caleb are the founders of Caleb’s Cooking Company, a food startup dedicated to helping children with pediatric autoimmune illnesses and digestive related problems lead happier, healthier lives. The company sells foods that kids love to eat like pizza, chicken nuggets, enchiladas and more, but that are gluten, sugar, grain, dairy and preservative free.

Thyme Fries: What inspired you to launch your Caleb’s Cooking Company?

Cindy Frei: Caleb was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease almost 4 years ago. I put him on an elimination diet called The Specific Carbohydrate Diet, which cuts out all grains, gluten, refined sugar, most dairy and preservatives from his diet to reduce inflammation and help with digestion. Needless to say, it was challenging for all of us, Caleb especially. This wasn’t just a diet, but a complete change of lifestyle. Fortunately, Caleb was on board and ready for the journey. Or at least he thought he was. Continue Reading →

April 19, 2017
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Food Sustainability News & Links

Kimbal Musk’s Tech Revolution Starts with Mustard Greens (Steven Levy, Backchannel)

Silicon Valley’s $400 Juicer May Be Feeling the Squeeze (Bloomberg)

In Trump’s America, Navigating a Path for a Progressive National Food Strategy (Civil Eats)

ReFED’s New Tools: Turning Food Waste into Opportunity (Food Tank)

Nonprofit hopes to set up Chicago as Silicon Valley of food industry (Chicago Tribune) Continue Reading →