Still just a proposal, it would promote free and reduced-price school meals and ensure that schools are sourcing from New York farms.
It’s estimated that people in poverty will pay an average of $3,448 more in taxes, increasing the total tax burden on Americans in poverty by $140 billion.
We talked to ReFED’s program manager Katy Franklin about leveraging tools and technologies to reduce food waste through policy and innovation.
We talk to Dock to Dish about tech’s ability to help improve transparency and traceability.
We talked with the Blue Hill co-owner about how restaurants can use technology behind-the-scenes without interfering with the customer experience.
We talked to Joe Swartz of AmHydro about the importance of finding the appropriate combination of technologies to fit any given situation.
We talked to Mike Lee about his vision for the future of the supermarket, and for a food system that is both biodiverse and highly individualized.
Few food publications are better equipped to help us answer this question than Food52, and they’ll be joining us next month at Food Loves Tech to do so.
Leading up to Food Loves Tech, we chat with the United Nations Development Programme about how sometimes the simplest interventions hold a lot of utility.
Leading up to Food Loves Tech, we ask MOLD editor and Brooklynite LinYee Yuan how we should design food for the future with an eye toward sustainability.
Facing increased competition from delivery startups, CSAs unite to define and defend their direct farm-to-consumer approach.
The proposed legislation provides an opportunity to clarify zoning language and to better address the needs of lower income communities.