July 04, 2020

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Shop Sustainable – spending

By Diane Hatz This week we’re going to look at the money we spend on food, particularly at the rising cost of products...

Chicago Eco-Fashion Cafe with Lara Miller & Abigail Glaum Lathbury

Behind the scenes at an eco-fashion show in Chicago

Shop Sustainable – Money, part 2

By Diane Hatz We’ve given you a few tips on how to stretch your food dollars (see Shop Sustainable – Money). This week,...

22% of Consumers Don’t Know How to Discern Green Products

The EcoPulse survey found that nearly 20 percent of consumers look to the product’s label to determine whether it’s green. Another 15 percent...

Guide to Good Food – Hormones

By Diane Hatz At various points during this series, I’ll post about issues surrounding food and agriculture to offer a more complete picture...

How Organic Farms are Shortchanged

A 2004 survey that found 44 percent of organic handlers had a shortage of needed ingredients or products, and 13 percent were not...

Shirts With a Caffeine Buzz? Waste Coffee Grounds Make High-Tech Fabric

Waste coffee grounds are now becoming apart of the green scene, with uses like Biofuel and high-tech T-shirts

Shop Sustainable – Money

By Diane Hatz We’ve talked about finding sustainable food and how to find time to cook in previous posts. This week, we’re going...

Food, Inc

As Pollan has written, our food choices are incredibly important and can shape the future world we want to live in, but also...

Shop Sustainable – Time

By Diane Hatz Last week, we talked about how to find local sustainable food. This week we’re going to look at the realities...




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