Sustainability Matters: September 25, 2015


Crop diversity in the U.S. is now lower than it was in 1978. [Modern Farmer


The FDA is ramping up their push to include added sugars in the new nutrition label. [WaPo


Nature vs. nurture: a handful of companies in the U.S. are trying to breed a tastier cricket. [The Atlantic


A new study suggests eating more fish could help prevent depression. [TIME


Purchasing whole animals for their... Read more >

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What We're Reading: March 30, 2015


Innovation comes by the slice at the International Pizza Expo. [LA Times


An exclusive glimpse into the average day of a sugar maple tapper. [Huff Po


Are our fish being caught by Burmese slaves? [NPR


Give your Passover brisket some flair with a bright horseradish gremolata. [NYT


Use these key tools and never make a kitchen mistake again. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: February 6, 2015


The jury’s still out on nutritional differences, but a new study confirms that eating organic produce means less exposure to pesticides. [Civil Eats


What USDA poultry labels actually tell you about your chicken. [Serious Eats


Environmental groups are using satellites to crack down on fishing piracy. [NPR


Stanford University has just launched the Teaching Kitchen @ Stanford, a program geared towards giving college students basic skills for shopping, cooking, and eating healthily. [... Read more >

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Sustainability Matters: June 27, 2014


The New York State Court of Appeals refused to reinstate NYC’s limit on the size of soda available for sale, ruling that the city’s Board of Health has exceeded its regulatory authority. [NY Times]


A new report reveals that untapped water-saving and recycling strategies could help California to a drought-resistant future. [Ecocentric]


Eat your veggies: cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli and kale, could increase your body’s ability to rid itself of certain carcinogens. [NPR... Read more >

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