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Thrive Market & Surfrider Foundation Join Forces to Clean Up the Beach

Thrive Market & Surfrider Foundation Join Forces to Clean Up the Beach

Recently, a group of more than 50 Thrive Market volunteers—including employees, local members, and influencers—came together to clean up some of the trash littering Breakwater Beach in Venice, Cali...

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Palm Done Right Proves Palm Oil Can Be Grown for Good

Palm Done Right Proves Palm Oil Can Be Grown for Good

Palm oil has quickly become one of the most notorious ingredients on the nutrition panel as more details emerge about how most companies produce it. The short version: Many palm oil producers burn ...

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Alliance for the Amazon: How You Can Help Us Fight for Change

Alliance for the Amazon: How You Can Help Us Fight for Change

The Amazon rainforest is more than just a beautiful destination. Spread across nine different countries but concentrated in Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, the dense vegetation hous...

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Meet Our Meat (and Seafood): Thrive Market’s Program Is Creating a Better Food Future

Meet Our Meat (and Seafood): Thrive Market’s Program Is Creating a Better Food Future

When biologist Allan Savory gave the keynote address at Slow Food USA’s Slow Meat Symposium in 2014, he called agriculture “the most destructive industry in the world.”

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Meet Guayusa, The Amazonian Leaf That Could Replace Your Coffee

Meet Guayusa, The Amazonian Leaf That Could Replace Your Coffee

For the Ecuadorian Kichwa people, the day starts at 3 a.m.

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Finally! The U.S. Takes Action To Reduce Food Waste

Finally! The U.S. Takes Action To Reduce Food Waste

You've not doubt read about it, heard about it on the news, and even seen it happen. Still, it bears repeating: We waste a LOT of food.

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Is Your Dinner Plate Full of Water-Wasting Food?

Is Your Dinner Plate Full of Water-Wasting Food?

Knocking back the recommended half gallon of water each day is only a drop in the bucket compared to the 1,000 gallons of H2O that goes into the average person's daily food intake.

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We Depend on Pollinators for Food—So Why Aren't We Doing More to Save Them?

We Depend on Pollinators for Food—So Why Aren't We Doing More to Save Them?

“No Farms, No Food,” the popular green bumper sticker declares. True as that may be, there should also be one that says, “No Pollinators, No Farms (and No Food).”

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When It Comes to Saving Water, Tiny Changes Make a Huge Difference

When It Comes to Saving Water, Tiny Changes Make a Huge Difference

If you live in California, you know things are about to get real when it comes to water conservation. Governor Jerry Brown recently called for the state's first-ever mandatory water reduction in ur...

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Here's Why The White House Is Buzzing About Bees

Here's Why The White House Is Buzzing About Bees

POTUS has spoken: It's time to help the honeybee.

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Do You Live In One of America's Most Polluted Cities?

Do You Live In One of America's Most Polluted Cities?

On the surface, it seems like air quality in America should be pretty great these days, right?

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Why Chipotle Said 'No' to GMOs

Why Chipotle Said 'No' to GMOs

Chipotle says it's "G-M-Over it." The burrito giant responded to growing consumer pressure today, announcing that all genetically modified foods have been booted from the menu. GMOs weren't l...

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