- Careers In Food System Change: Where Should You Start?
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- Pantry Labs and the Promise of Smart Refrigerators – Takeaways from the Mixing Bowl Food IT Conference
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- Mighty Wild: Bringing the Acorn to Your Pantry wp.me/p1F0iE-bJ 2 years ago
- Love with Food and the Disruption of Focus Groups – Takeaways from the Mixing Bowl Food IT Conference (continued) wp.me/p1F0iE-br 2 years ago
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Recent favorites. I absolutely LOVE the first item, a blog post from Tipsy Turnip. Worth reading. Awesome recap of a year eating organic at under $6 per day http://tipsyturnip.blogspot.com/2011/10/end-reflections-on-eating-fresh-local.html Is your Halloween candy is keeping the child slave trade in … Continue reading
In honor of the National Food Day 2011, Stanford is hosting an extended “Food Day(s)” programming that began this past Monday and continues through Monday, October 24th. Today I attended one of the Food Day(s) events, hosted at the GSB: … Continue reading
One of the best things about going to business school at Stanford is the ability to take classes “across the street,” i.e., classes in any other department at Stanford. The Earth Sciences program is outstanding and I’ve been looking forward … Continue reading
Highlights from the past two weeks: If you don’t have a Nature subscription, this Grist post gives a great summary on a new study showing we can feed 10 billion people without destroying the planet: http://www.grist.org/population/2011-10-13-we-can-feed-10-billion-of-us-study-finds-but-it-wont-be-easy Incubator farms provide training … Continue reading
I’m pretty excited about the grand opening of LYFE Kitchen (“Love Your Food Everyday”). I’ve been hearing about the concept for a few months now and I was hopeful but skeptical: “providing great tasting, good-for-you food that is convenient and … Continue reading
Filled with excitement from Dr. Alan Greene’s keynote speech at last weekend’s Childhood Obesity Bay Area Conference about feeding babies vegetables and whole grains (see last week’s post), I was thrilled to meet Jill Epner: healthy baby food entrepreneur. Jill … Continue reading
Back from my wedding and honeymoon and excited to kick off a new school year! Here are some of my favorite recent food articles and blog posts. Enjoy. Junk food isn’t really as cheap as it seems…. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/25/opinion/sunday/is-junk-food-really-cheaper.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all The social … Continue reading