I’ve wanted to publish a sustainable food news weekly roundup for some time, and this week’s news finally propelled me into making the commitment. Each week I’ll publish an article focusing on some of the most important national and global news in the sustainable food space so you can stay informed. Of course I’ll also offer a few suggestions about how to respond to the news to protect your health and support the real food movement.
Tweet Audubon Greenwich Presents a Friday Night Movie Event The End of the Line A film about unsustainable fishing and the future of the oceans “The Inconvenient Truth About the Oceans” – The Economist Friday, January 28, 2011 6:00 – … Read more
Tweet By Betsy Keller, MS, RD This article is the first in a series on seafood. Have you noticed certain types of fish once available at the supermarket seafood counter are now rarely offered? Why is it suddenly difficult to … Read more
It’s a chilly, overcast Mother’s Day so why not head to the warm greenhouses at Gilbertie’s Herb Gardens on 7 Sylvan Lane in Westport to take mom shopping for some special herbs and vegetables for her containers, patio garden or vegetable … Read more
April 11, 2010 Analiese Paik of the Fairfield Green Food Guide was interviewed by Matt Scott on News Ch. 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show about green food for Earth Day. One of the easiest ways to make Earth Day every … Read more
Sunday, March 14, 2010, 7:45 am Analiese Paik of the Fairfield Green Food Guide discussed sustainable seafood with Matt Scott on Ch. 8’s Good Morning Connecticut Show Click here to view the video and post comments. Why Sustainable Seafood? Nearly … Read more
I recently became a Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Advocate and this story spotlights the program’s growing influence. Citing its desire to be a “responsible steward of the environment, Target Stores has eliminated all farmed salmon from their stores and … Read more