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Food october 21, 2016

New York Restaurant Uses Tomato Sushi As Its Newest Meat Alternative

fresh&co is using sous vide Roma tomatoes to create a vegan option that has the texture and taste of tuna

Home october 10, 2016

Grow Your Own Produce Right In Your Kitchen

A new design from Click & Grow called Wall Farm gives homeowners more space for a home garden

[News] Target jumps on local produce trend with In-Store Vertical Farms
Retail july 25, 2016

Walmart Is Now Selling ‘Ugly’ Produce

The retail chain is stocking dented fruits and vegetables in an effort to combat food waste

Technology july 19, 2016

Open-Source Farming Machine Plants And Waters Seeds

The FarmBot makes it possible to digitally design and set up a garden from almost anywhere

Technology june 29, 2016

Coca-Cola’s New Service Helps You Find Healthy Food

The company's subsidiary, Del Valle, has developed an app to connect people looking for produce with growers who have extra stock.

Design & Architecture april 29, 2016

New York’s Urban Farm Is Designed To Float On The Hudson River

New Yorkers will soon be able to enjoy free produce from a barge

[Insight] Driven by demand, brands explore plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy
Design & Architecture june 2, 2015

Amazon Private-Label Food Items Hint Produce Domination

The e-commerce giant is looking to take its grocery business 'Elements' to new heights with trademark protection on milk, coffee, soup, and baby food products

Home october 22, 2014

Toshiba Factory Converted into High-Tech Vegetable Farm

An old Toshiba factory has been remodeled as a 'germ-free' indoor farm for salad leaves

Cities september 26, 2014

Inglorious Fruits Make for Glorious Soups

Ugly produce becomes feature of supermarket ad campaign, new product line

Sustainability june 11, 2014

Neighborhoods Become Urban Farms With Produce-Swapping App

RipeNearMe lets people share what they are growing and what stage it is at in the ripening process.

Work november 13, 2013

Fictitious Campaign Revamps Broccoli As An “In” Vegetable [Pics]

Ad agency Victors & Spoils was challenged by the New York Times to create a fake campaign that would make over broccoli as the new hot vegetable.

Innovation may 16, 2012

The World Has Lost 93% Of Its Food Variety In 80 Years [Headlines]

In 1903, there were nearly 500 varieties of lettuce. In 1983, there were just 36 left. The decline in lettuce types are typical of the loss in variety of majority of our food seeds.


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