You don’t have to radically revamp your eating habits or say goodbye to your favorite foods to make your diet more sustainable.
Packaged snacks, richly flavorful seasoning blends, home goods and kitchen essentials – west~bourne has it all. And this innovative zero-waste brand is going to change how you stock your pantry.
Fun flavors, simple clean ingredients and plenty of veggies – that’s what you’ll find inside this innovative brand’s sausages.
All it takes is one super simple swap to achieve a more sustainable diet – and no, you don’t have to completely turn your back on meat.
Seafood might be the most popular – and easiest – way to make sure you're getting plenty of omega-3 fatty acids. But it isn't the best for the ocean or the environment at large. Instead, try these sustainable swaps.
Part of being a good cook is being efficient with your ingredients (and it's great for the environment, too).
Refreshing and tasty, cacao water is a superfood – or super drink – that’s packed with antioxidants instead of sugar, with a dose of replenishing vitamins and minerals in every sip.
Food waste is a dire environmental problem. But a new movement to create upcycled foods – and an Upcycled Certified food label – just might be the solution we need to combat a big climate change contributor.
Root-to-stem cooking makes the most out of fruits and vegetables, and it’ll help you build more sustainable habits in the kitchen and in your diet.
Fancy an artisanal pâté, crispy pigs’ ears or sautéed sweetbreads? If so, you’re taking part in one of this season’s hottest trends: nose-to-tail eating.