posts tagged ‘food

There is a small army of refrigerators waging war on discarded leftovers in Spain. From Galdakao, near Bilbao, a grassroots initiative dubbed the “solidarity fridge” provides a place for locals to share and recycle leftovers, in a nod to the growing demand for action on food waste.

Amy’s Kitchen, known for its vegetarian frozen-food products, plans to open up its first fast-food spot, Amy’s Drive Thru, later this year. Located just north of San Francisco, the restaurant will offer a new take on fast food, serving exclusively vegetarian and 95% organic items.

July 7, 2015

Hemp foods

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Long overshadowed by society’s love-hate relationship with marijuana, non-intoxicating hemp has often been judged “guilty by association.” But this is changing as consumers interested in health and sustainability become more aware of the plant’s benefits. Recent months have seen a surge in hemp-based food products, such as hemp seeds, hemp oil, and hemp powder.

-As virtual reality draws attention at the E3 video game industry conference, new systems of etiquette and safety are emerging, says The New York Times. -As more Americans delay children until middle age, Quartz looks at some of the pitfalls of late parenthood. -Not only is men’s fashion getting more creative—men’s runway hair and makeup […]

-Bloomberg paints a gloomy financial picture for Generation X, declaring “reality really does bite.” -At its annual developer conference, Apple announced new initiatives in music streaming, mobile payments and news. Ad Age has the details, with implications for advertisers. -The New York Times reports on Uber’s strategy to break into the Chinese market. -A new […]

Although it’s easy to sample the cuisines of Ethiopia or Vietnam in most major US cities, Native American restaurants are practically nonexistent. However, with the rise of locavore movements and interest in pre-industrial foods from the likes of the paleo crowd, the indigenous cuisines of the United States could be ready to claim their rightful […]

-Apple has reclaimed the title of “world’s most valuable brand” from Google this year, according to WPP’s latest BrandZ brand ranking list. -NPR notes that amid constant digital innovation, analog notebooks and independent bookstores remain strong, even among the young. -As the “sharing economy” spawns confusing terminology, one of the movement’s strongest proponents breaks down […]

Childhood obesity and poor nutrition are endemic in low-income communities throughout the developed world. Solutions based on healthier school lunches and better access to grocery stores have helped, but progress has been slow. Now, nutrition advocates are turning to a new tool: education. Outreach tools in this new movement go beyond the classroom, from celebrity […]

A new virtual restaurant is serving up “food for thought,” using design to explore a range of possible futures for human interaction with meat. The project, dubbed Bistro In Vitro, takes the far-out idea of in-vitro meat and situates it within the world of online gastronomy as we know it—amid menus, chef interviews, critical reviews […]

-Marketing looks at our Generation Z report and how brands can connect with these savvy consumers. -Meanwhile, Adweek warns marketers: “Gen Z doesn’t need you.” -New York considers what IBM’s Watson means for the future of AI. -The FT looks at the rise of women in Lebanese business. -Mashable looks at the spending habits of […]


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