Thyme Fries

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 Read More

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)

March 30, 2017
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Food Sustainability News & Links

Top stories from the week in food sustainability: How Millennials Will Forever Change America’s Farmlands (Kimbal Musk, Fortune) The Global Dangers of Industrial Meat (Civil Eats) As veggie prescriptions gain traction, food banks prepare to personalize nutrition—and protect privacy (New Food Economy) A new era of food transparency with Wal-Mart center in China (Food Safety Read More

December 21, 2016
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Launching China’s Good Food Movement, a Q&A with Matilda Ho

Matilda Ho is founder and Managing Director of Bits x Bites, a food accelerator and venture fund based in Shanghai, China. Ms. Ho herself is a serial food entrepreneur, having launched Yimishiji, an online farmers market in China. Prior to that, she worked as a consultant for Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and IDEO in Shanghai Read More

Weekly Recipes

May 14, 2016
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Weekend Reading

The top food stories from the week: All the Food That’s Fit to Print (New Yorker) The food-science department at the Culinary Institute of American (C.I.A.) is testing out a new toy, one of the first powder-based 3-D printers for food.