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88: AI's impact on food

AI is the most transformative technology we will ever experience. This is how it will impact our food industry. Read more »

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87: Climate neutral stadium catering

The Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle: an all-green billion-dollar event venue. Read more »

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86: Scale up upcycling

B Corp Barnana is taking upcycling fresh produce to a whole other level. Read more »

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85: Dream big, start small, move fast

Farmlink Project is on a mission to recover 1 billion pounds of fresh produce by 2025. Read more »

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84: Pioneering table to farm solutions

Mill is the first all-inclusive household food-recycling service. Read more »

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83: Gleaning to save food and feed communities

Farm to Pantry harvests surplus vegetables and fruits in Sonoma County from backyards, orchards, and farms. Read more »

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82: The Humans Who Feed Us

It is time we honor and protect the workers who bring food to our tables. Read more »

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81: Food as a catalyst for growth

At Project Iche, we discovered how food can help to rebuild a community. Read more »

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80: In search of salt tolerant crops

Crops grown on saline soil can provide a sustainable step into the future. Read more »

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79: Successful business models in food in Europe

Food Inspiration puts a spotlight on changing business models in food from Europe. Read more »

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78: Seattle Special

Food Inspiration went on a trend trip to Seattle. Discover how the city is bouncing back in this Seattle Special »

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77: Battling food loss and waste

Discover how Google accelerates the pace for reducing food loss and waste in this month's cover story. Read more »

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76: The edible classroom

Steven Ritz' green oasis in a gray borough: The Green Bronx Machine provides children a greener future. Read more »

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75: In season

At SingleThread restaurant the chefs get creative with whatever is in peak season that very day. Nature rules. It doesn't get any more seasonal than this. Read more »

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74: Climate neutral chicken farming

The Dutch company Kipster claims to be the most animal-, environment- and human-friendly chicken farm in the world. They're expanding to the US. Read more »

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73: Gastronomy, theater and science served on one plate

At restaurant Alchemist Chef Rasmus Munk serves a menu of 50 impressions in a 5-hour long theater show that is both thought provoking and mind blowing. Read more »

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72: Serving the future of gastronomy

Chefs are becoming agents for shifting diets. In this months digital magazine we explore the future of gastronomy. Read more »

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71: How to lead change

How do we lead people and organizations in these challenging times? Let's start with a closer look at theories of change. Read the latest magazine »

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70: The end of plastic’s promise

Once considered a symbol of progress, plastic is now at the center of our environmental challenge. To learn more about plastic pollution and the potential solutions, take a look at our cover story »

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69: The rise of true cost

In our latest magazine we look at the rise of True Cost Accounting. How can this new method help to create a more sustainable world. Read more »

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