A new startup seeks to change the way we eat by removing the need to transport food altogether. Instead of trucking farm-fresh produce from miles away to farmers markets in city centers, EkoFARMER brings modular greenhouses directly to you.
Amidst the flurry of hip eateries flooding the Brooklyn market, one Greenpoint restaurant does something particularly special: Their weekly Sunday dinner service is designed specifically around food waste reduction.
In addition to offering vegans a way to enjoy all the flavors of meat with none of the guilt, laboratory meat production offers something else: a viable way to feed the world actual meat without destroying the planet.
High rates of meat consumption can have harsh consequences for the planet. But how to get people to eat less meat? Restaurants and chefs are working on 'blended burgers' that cut down on meat without sacrificing taste.
Produce stickers, such as those found on many fruits and vegetables, create a lot of unnecessary waste. But new laser technology, which allows for labeling directly on the produce itself, may make such stickers a thing of the past.
A new show on the FYI Network teaches you how to turn food scraps into gourmet dishes. 'SCRAPS,' which premiered in May, follows a Sur La Table Chef around the US as he makes culinary history turning turning food waste into delicacies.
For a furniture chain that produces 43,000 metric tons of food waste every year, cutting that number in half is no small Swedish meatball. But that's exactly what IKEA has vowed to do.
Amazon, the world's biggest online retailer, expands their portfolio with a $13.7 billion acquisition of Whole Foods. The purchase gives them a huge opportunity to compete in the grocery marketplace and to expand their Prime Now service.
A new study suggests that what you put on your plate in the morning may dictate your mood—proving yet again that your mother was right: Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day.
Gardens can feel intimidating, but with proper planning, patience, and commitment to just a few minutes of maintenance per day, anyone can develop a green thumb that's good for their health and good for the planet.
Plastic wrap is a mess. It's bad for both the environment and your health, and although sustainable solutions are available, they're pretty costly. Luckily there's a cheaper eco-friendly option: Make your own food wrap. Here's how.
In efforts to use renewable resources for power, biogas is an attractive option for its ability to take any organic material and turn it into power. Michigan State University recently turned more than 1,200 gallons of mayonnaise into fuel.
Luckily for all you seafood lovers, there are plenty of fish in the sea. The oceans are teeming with varieties of fish you can consume without contributing to an oceanic crisis, and they're generally healthy, to boot.
Most eco-conscious people know that eating less meat is good for the planet. But eating less meat and more veggies can be easier said than done. Luckily, these handy tips can help you prepare veggies just as delicious as any meat.
Pratt Institute students have designed "The Future Kitchen," an innovative cooking and eating space that makes its own food and energy, and produces zero food or water waste, making it an eco-friendly home upgrade.
Community gardens are great ways to enhance local communities, meet your neighbors, get your hands dirty, and even to feed yourself and your family without taking on a backyard garden all by yourself.
In England, people throw out around 15 million tons of food per year. But London company Rubies in the Rubble has created a pop up eatery featuring unique sandwiches and sauces made from foods which would otherwise go to the landfill.