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In the News:

Fairfield Magazine, March/April 2015, The Second Annual Green Awards, page 43.

Fairfield Magazine, Nov/Dec. 2014, We’ve Got Answers: “Where can we get a farm-raised Thanksgiving turkey?”, page 16.

Fairfield Sun, September 12, 2014, ‘Localwashing:’ How local is locally sourced food? by Laura Modlin.

Slow Food USA Blog, February 13, 2013, The Myth of Genetically Engineered Food and How It Threatens Slow Food by Analiese Paik.

The Cupboard Magazine, January/February 2013, Winter Farmers’ Markets, cover story by Analiese Paik.

The Fairfield Sun, January 4, 2013, Food resolutions for a sustainable future by Laura Modlin.

The Cupboard Magazine, Premiere Issue, October 2012, Slow Food Movement, Simmering to a Boil, by Robin Kaminsky, pages 44-45.

Serendipity magazine, September/October 2012, Whole Wheat & Whole Grain by Jessica Patton Pellegrino, p. 84.

Republican American, What’s In the Genes?, May 30, 2012 by Rick Harrison.

New Haven Register, May 23, 2012, Group meets in New Haven to gird for next push on GMO foods labeling (video), by Joe Amarante

The Daily, May 8, 2012, Food Bill Loses Its Bite, by Meaghan Morelli

TreeHugger, May 8, 2012, Connecticut Fears Monsanto – Bill to Label GM Ingredients Dead Due to Lawsuit Worries, by Mat McDermott

The Wesleyan Argus, May 7, 2012, Shopping Blind: The CT GMO Labeling Bill, by Analiese Paik

The Daily, May 3, 2012, Fairfield Activist Leads GMO Labeling Group to Hartford, by Meaghan Morelli

The Daily, April 20, 2012, Fairfield Mom Spearheads Legal “Food Fight”, by Meaghan Morelli

Natural Awakenings, April, 2012, Connecticut Residents Push for GMO Labeling, by Analiese Paik

The Hour, April 1, 2012, Connecticut may become the first state to label genetically altered foods, by Korey Wilson.

The Daily, March 6, 2012, Fairfield Takes on Genetically Modified Food, by Meaghan Morelli

Wall Street Journal, February 22, 2012, Conn. bill looks to add labels to engineered food, by the Associated Press

CT Post, January 24, 2012, Documentary offers food for thought in Greenwich, by Christina Hennessy

Natural Awakenings, Fairfield County Edition, October 2011, Sustainable Fairfield County: “Reducing,. Reusing. Recycling.”

Fairfield Magazine and Townvibe, July/August 2011, Vegetables as the New Meat, by Jane Roy Brown

Fairfield Magazine and Townvibe, May/June 2011, Green Food Guru, by Brita Belli

Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, April 2011, p. 41, featured in “Foodies who make a difference.”

Pleased to be featured as a “foodie who makes a difference.”
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“What a thrill it is to be recognized in such a beautiful way. I hope my story makes real food advocates feel good about their work and encourages others to find their passion and run with it.” -Analiese Paik

February 20, 2011, Wilton Patch, Get Those Trowels Ready, by Audra Carbone.

Please scroll down to Print Media to view archived articles.

On Air (includes video):

Guest Appearances on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut show:

Saturday, June 25, 2011, on WTNH’s Good Morning CT Show, Analiese Paik discussed Capturing the Fleeting Flavors of Summer with garlic scape pesto, strawberry rhubarb compote and a strawberry compote from Connecticut Farmer & Feast.

April 2, 2011, on WTNH’s Good Morning CT Show, Analiese Paik discussed Sustainable Connecticut Magazine and lead stories about farmer Annie Farrell, butcher Ryan Fibiger and Chef Bill Taibe of leFarm.

Saturday, February 26, 2011, on WTNH’s Good Morning CT Show, Analiese Paik discussed starting a spring garden with heirloom seeds from Comstock, Ferre & Co., the oldest continually operating seed company in the northeast.

Saturday, January 15, 2011, on WTNH’s Good Morning CT Show news anchor Ted Koppy interviewed Fairfield Green Food Guide Founder Analiese Paik about Greening Your Kitchen. Watch to learn some simple steps to lower your “foodprint”.

Saturday, December 6, 2010 at 7:48 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed the Holiday 2010 Green Food Gift Guide.

Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 7:48 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed A Local Thanksgiving Feast with Ted Koppy

Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 7:48 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed the Connecticut Cheese & Wine Festival at Hopkins Vineyard

Saturday, September 11, 2010 at 7:45 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed two family-friendly events: Harvest Celebration Week and the LiveGreenCT! Festival

Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 7:45 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed The Farmer’s Cow premium, made from scratch ice cream.

Saturday, July 12, 2010 at 7:48 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed Preserving the Summer Harvest: Drying, Freezing, Pickling and Canning.

Saturday, June 5, 2010 at 7:45 am on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed Lessons from a Local Beekeeper: Marina Marchese of Red Bee Honey

Sunday, May 9, 2010 on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed Green Food Destinations for Mother’s Day.

Sunday, April 11, 2010 on  News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed Green Food Tips for Earth Day.

Sunday, March 14, 2010 on News Channel ‘s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed sustainable seafood with Matt Scott.

Sunday, February 7, 2010 on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show, Analiese Paik discussed making a Valentine’s Day dinner using produce from the local farmer’s market, serving local wine, and choosing sustainable chocolates for Valentine’s Day with Chris Velardi.

Sunday, January 10, 2010 at7:35 am Analiese Paik, Founder of the Fairfield Green Food Guide, appeared for the second time on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut with Chris Velardi to discuss Green Food Resolutions for the New Year.

Sunday, November 8, 2009 Analiese Paik, Founder of the Fairfield Green Food Guide, appeared on News Channel 8’s Good Morning Connecticut with Chris Velardi to discuss a Local and Sustainable Thanksgiving. This was a great opportunity to spread the word via mainstream media about the wonderful food being grown and made by our farmers and help consumers find it.  Please find a list of the foods discussed on the show using this link. To watch the Ch. 8 video from this segment and read viewer comments, click here.

Online

Fairfield Green Food Guide’s blog feed can be read on Fairfield County Best Blogs & Tweets. and the Minuteman News Center.

April 10 digital issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, page 39, “Foodies who make a difference”.

Fairfield Sun, September 12, 2014, Localwashing:’ How local is locally sourced food? by Laura Modlin.

February 20, 2011, Wilton Patch, Get Those Trowels Ready, by Audra Carbone.

November 18, 2010 The Daily Wilton, Panel Promotes Farm Fresh Food by Anthony Buzzeo.

August/September 2010 Simplicious online newsletter, a publication of theGreenChicLife.com

July 23, 2010 Fairfield County Look, Greening Your Diet: Good Nutrition for the Health of Your Family and the Environment, By Betsy Keller, MS, RD

July 2010 Fairfield County Life, a publication of Minuteman Newspapers, “Farmers’ markets in Fairfield, Westport and Weston”

June 18, 2010, The Daily Norwalk, Guide Gives Scoop on Local Ice Cream

June 10, 2010, CT Post, So YouWant to Be a Locavore, by Christina Hennessy. This article also appeared in the Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Time, and Danbury News Times.

June 6, 2010, The Daily Westport, Meet Like-Minded Moms

June 5, 2010, Westport News, A New Season: Farmers’ Market cultivates more fans than ever

May 20, 2010, Fairfield Sun, School lunch: It’s a food revolution, by Bill Bittar

May 5, 2010, Blue Planet, Green Living, My 5 Ways to Save the Planet

April 14, 2010, Fairfield Citizen, Proposed Fee Increase Would Kill Farmers’ Market: Vendors, by Gary Jeanfaivre

April 8, 2010 , Hartford Courant, Farmers, Consumers Take Advantage of Online Farmers’ Market, by Kate Roy, special to the Courant

April 2, 2010, Fairfield Citizen, Food Expo Asks Fairfielders to Become Conscious Consumers, by Karen Kovacs Dydzuhn

March 31, 2010, Fairfield Patch, Green Food Ideas Sprouting All Over Town by Nancy Burton

February 22, 2010 www.therealgreenwich.com, The Audubon: Not Just for the Birds ( a blogger guest’s wonderful comments about the FRESH screening event at Audubon Greenwich).

October 19, 2009 www.fairfieldonlinenews.com, Fairfield Resident Makes “Going Green” Easy

July 30, 2009 www.fairfieldfamilies.com

July, 2009 – www.suzysaid.com

July 29, 2009 – www.acornonline.com

July 29, 2009-  www.ctenvironmentalheadlines.com

March 12, 2009 – www.ctgreenscene.com

March 6, 2009  – www.localfoodrocks.com

February 9, 2009 – www.whimsicallibrarians.com

Print Media

Fairfield Magazine and Townvibe, July/August 2011, Vegetables as the New Meat, by Jane Roy Brown

Fairfield Magazine and Townvibe, May/June 2011, Green Food Guru, by Brita Belli

April 2011 issue of Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine, page 39, “Foodies who make a difference” section of article about volunteering.

February 20, 2011, Wilton Patch, Get Those Trowels Ready, by Audra Carbone.

July 2010 Fairfield County Life, a publication of Minuteman Newspapers, “Farmers’ markets in Fairfield, Westport and Weston”

June 10, 2010, CT Post, So YouWant to Be a Locavore, by Christina Hennessy. This article also appeared in the Stamford Advocate, Greenwich Time, and Danbury News Times

May 20, 2010, Fairfield Sun, “School lunch: It’s a food revolution” by Bill Bittar

May/June issue of Westport Magazine, “Town Green” by Christy Colasurdo, pages 74-79.

April 8, 2010, Hartford Courant, “Farmers, Consumers Take Advantage of Online Farmer’s Market”, by Kate Roy, special to the Courant.

April 2, 2010, Fairfield Citizen, “Food Expo Asks Consumers to Become Conscious Consumers”, by Karen Kovacs Dydzuhn.

December 2009, Connecticut Cottages & Gardens, “Tis the Season of Green” by Lindsay Brown, page 26

August 20, Fairfield Minuteman, “FRESH, a movie that promotes healthy foods”, by Meg Learson Grosso

August 10, 2009, Connecticut Post, “Green food: It’s not just vegetables” by Genevieve Reilly

July 30, 2009, Minuteman Newspapers, good living section, “Pequot Library Gets ‘FRESH”, by Meg Learson Grasso

February 5, 2009, Fairfield Sun, “A Guide to Green Eating”, page 3A

Internet radio show interviews regarding the CT GMO labeling bill 2012:

Connecticut Caves To Biotech, Ignores Consumers Right To Know About GMOs on The Organic View with Right to Know CT co-founder Analiese Paik

Connecticut’s GE Foods Bill Eviscerated by Lawyers – The Robert Scott Bell Show (on YouTube), with Righ tto Know CT co founder Analiese Paik

Linderman Unleashed on Natural News Radio, Interview with Analiese Paik and about the CT demise of the CT GMO labeling bill

Inbound Links

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Fairfield Farmers’ Market at the Brick Walk

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Westport Green Village Initiative (GVI)

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