Every year, in every industry, trends come and go. While some may seem arbitrary (see: side vs. middle parts), trends are usually a reaction to what’s happening in the world—and of course, few things have been as influential to contemporary life than the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
If going zero waste at home feels more aspirational than realistic, take your next cue from today’s post. We’re sharing easy ideas, practical swaps, and lots of encouragement to help you take control of your own space. Remember: you don’t have to do everything at once. In fact, it’s easier to form habits and make ...
Whether it’s experimenting with ketosis or taking mealtime cues from popular reality TV stars, 2018 ushered in several new diets that grabbed our collective attention. But which ones are worth the hype? We’re taking a closer look at the diets that rose through the search ranks so you can make a food game plan that’s ...
The colorful Food Pyramid used to be everywhere, from the backs of cereal boxes to packages of crackers.
Do you remember the first book that really grabbed you?
Look at almost any ancient culture around the world, and you’ll find a culture of food. But not just food, meals. With real people—often family—real food, and few distractions. Historically, mealtime is a sacred space.
Move over Triticum aestivum—einkorn and emmer want their moment in the limelight. After all, typical bread wheat has hogged the scene for too many millennia.
If hemp still has you picturing a stereotypical eco-conscious hippie wearing a hand-knit beanie, a worn flannel shirt, and Birkenstocks, well, it’s time to update your imagination. Manitoba Harvest is on a mission to change consumer perceptions about hemp. While a new national focus on nutrition has catapulted superfoods like acai and spirulina into the spotlight, outdated attitudes ...
Move over white, green, oolong, and black—there’s a new tea in town. From chic cafes to backstage at Fashion Week, matcha is quickly becoming a hot trend. What is it, and why is it suddenly such a popular alternative to coffee and conventional teas?
When Fruigees co-founder David Czinn first noticed college girls devouring baby food during a pre-med class in 2012, he was stumped.
As larger and larger food companies spray even more chemicals on a food supply that’s both making us sick and too often getting thrown away uneaten, it’s easy to forget that there’s really more food news to be excited about than concerned.
In Peru, kids don’t ask for chocolate-vanilla swirl, strawberry with sprinkles, or plain vanilla. Nope, the most in-demand ice cream flavor is lucuma. One lick and you’d get why—slightly maple-flavored and delicately sweet, lucuma fruit is a favorite across South America.
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