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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 Read More

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

March 10, 2017
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Food Sustainability News

The vegetable technology gap (Politico) Who Grows Food For Blue Apron? Their Resident Agroecologist, Alison Grantham, Explains (Modern Farmer) For Every $1 Spent On Reducing Food Waste, Companies Save $14 (FastCo Exist) Less Meat, Better Food, Happier Kids: Oakland Unified Reinvents its School Lunch (Civil Eats)

March 3, 2017
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Food Sustainability News

Building a Sustainable Food System, One Campus at a Time (Civil Eats) Breaking the Wheel: GreenMaven, Food Hubs, and the Heartbreaking Story of Relay Foods (NewCo Shift) Dan Barber: An interview on WastED London and the future of food culture (The UpComing) After years of designing fatter birds, food companies are finally realizing chickens shouldn’t grow Read More

January 23, 2017
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Expanding the Food Movement Despite Trump – 5 Good Food Ideas

1. A Sharing Economy for Local, Grass-Fed Beef: Crowd Cow is a startup that buys whole cows from farmers and then sells them as individual cuts online to customers. In the past, if a customer wanted to buy fresh, grass-fed beef directly from a farmer, he would need to purchase large portions, if not the entirety, of the 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