JBF on the Air: Myra Goodman

 

On this week's episode of Taste Matters, JBF's Mitchell Davis took a field trip to the TEDx Manhattan conference to speak with Myra Goodman, who was there to present "In Praise of Big Organic." As co-founder of Earthbound Farm, Myra oversees the operations of the largest producer of organic produce in North America and has recently authored the cookbook Straight from the Earth: Irresistible Vegan Recipes for Everyone. Click here to learn more and listen to the full episode. 

 

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JBF on the Air: The 100th Episode

Karen Karp and JBF’s Izabela Wojcik on Taste Matters

 

On last week’s episode of Taste Matters, host Mitchell Davis was joined by producer Ashley Kosiak, food consultant Karen Karp, and JBF’s director of house programming Izabela Wojcik for a lively discussion to mark the show’s 100th episode. The group chewed over history, perspective, presentation, ingredients, and community in our food system, and also analyzed the cultural shift towards more organic, sustainable, and locally produced foods. With our nation’s top toques building menus around their local greenmarkets, many consumers have begun follow in their footsteps. Listen below to learn more:

 

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JBF on the Air: Food Safety and Sustainability

Urvashi Rangan on Taste Matters

Buying natural, sustainable, and healthy food has become increasingly confusing in our hyper-marketed world. On yesterday's powerful episode of Taste Matters, JBF's Mitchell Davis got some straight facts from Urvashi Rangan, executive director of the Food Safety and Sustainability Center operated by Consumer Reports. Learn all about the truth behind "natural" labels, the dangers of food marketing, and the growing problem of "green noise" below:

 

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Food Matters: Organic Food is Fictitious

Think organic food is a bunch of bologna? Head to NYU on Tuesday when Intelligence Squared hosts the debate: Organic Food is Fictitious. The motion: Organic food is marketing hype. Speakers for the motion include: Dennis Avery, director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Global Food Issues and Blake Hurst, a writer and farmer. Speakers against the motion include: Jeffrey Steingarten, Vogue food critic and Charles Benbrook, chief scientist at The Organic Center. Special Offer: Tickets normally go for $45, but use the code 30OFF and receive a 30% discount. When: Tuesday, April 13, 5:45 P.M. Where: NYU Skirball Center, 566 LaGuardia Place at Washington Square South, NYC

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