By Carrie Brownstein, April 29, 2015
Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing continues to be a problem across our oceans. Legislation is critically important to enable the US to play a stronger role in combating illegal foreign fishing and to level the playing field for companies like ours who are working hard to source legal and responsibly produced seafood.
By John W. Roulac, April 13, 2015
One critical and virtually unknown issue is still missing from today’s conversation about food, and it’s literally under our feet. It’s also a solution to climate change. John W. Roulac, founder and CEO of the superfoods company Nutiva, shares insights into how regenerative organic agriculture can save the planet.
By John Mackey, April 10, 2015
I debated Nina Teicholz at a Junto meeting in New York City. The proposition: "An animal foods/low-carb diet is unhealthy compared with a 90+% plant diet that excludes sugar and refined grain products.” I, of course, spoke in favor of the proposition and Teicholz against. She is author of The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet. You can see the entire debate here.
By Robert Karp & Thea Maria Carlson, March 2, 2015
If you are a concerned eater or farmer, you should know about biodynamics. Biodynamic is a farm-forward approach to healing the planet through conscious agriculture.
By Richard McCarthy, January 26, 2015
You’re invited to join Slow Food USA in the next stage of the showdown between better meat and the industrial grid. Show your support with by hosting a #Nose2Tailgate this Sunday for the big game.
By Richard McCarthy, December 9, 2014
If the approaching December holidays are inducing pangs of dread, consider December 10, Terra Madre Day, as your escape valve — a day to remember why we live, why we eat and why we cherish each other.
By Paige Brady, October 6, 2014
Got 90 seconds? Learn 6 tips for shopping if avoiding GMOs. Happy Non-GMO Month!
By Paige Brady, September 30, 2014
October is Non-GMO Month, so it’s the perfect time to share some of the basics of genetically modified organisms, as well as delve into the details.
By Coach Mark Smallwood, September 26, 2014
Coach Mark Smallwood of the Rodale Institute shares the one simple thing he looks for when grocery shopping and how it helps the environment, our health, our families and our communities.
By Jessica Shade, September 11, 2014
Do you think eating organic is better for you? This series shares some of the science behind the nutritional benefits of organic foods. First up: fruits and vegetables. Part two covers organic dairy and part three goes into pesticide residues.