We highlight the connections among food, water and energy, promoting a sustainable future through our projects including:
Corn is a major factor in the cost of beef at each stage of the industrial livestock production process. With the price of beef and corn now moving concurrently, management practices by the food industry are becoming increasingly outdated - and reliance on industrial meat via the volatile corn market is becoming increasingly risky.
It’s time to taste, not waste that whole fish! As eaters have delved into whole-animal eating of land dwellers, seafood offal is just starting to hit the menu. Everything from nose to tail (including the nose and the tail) can be utilized. You can enjoy these fish parts for a fraction of the price of a boneless filet and still get all of the nutrition and flavor - some would even say more - in the bargain.
As owner and operator of over 1,500 restaurants serving over 320 million meals per year, Darden Restaurants is in a position to take major steps to reduce antibiotic use. Tell Darden: "No more meat raised with routine antibiotics!"
Robust seed systems are the foundation of sustainable and equitable food systems. A new report by the Global Alliance for the Future of Food seeks to unify the diversity of perspectives on the creation of a healthy seed system, to foster collaboration and share knowledge.