Chris Hunt

Chris Hunt serves as director of GRACE's food program, Sustainable Table, working to educate consumers about the benefits of sustainable agriculture and developing tools to empower them to improve our food system. Chris provides strategic direction for the food program and oversees its major projects, Eat Well Guide and The Meatrix. His areas of interest and expertise include industrial livestock production, food waste, urban agriculture and food systems advocacy.

America: Recycle and Clean Your Fridge!

Happy America Recycles Day! But wait, there's more! It's also National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day. (Seriously!) In honor of these beloved occasions, and because we care about your sustainability, behold Ecocentric's greatest hits on recycling, food waste and more!

Pro-Pasture Friday

If you eat meat, eggs or dairy, check out the Pro-Pasture Friday campaign from Friends of Family Farmers; the organization is working to build support for sustainable farms by encouraging consumers to buy pasture-raised products on - you guessed it - Fridays.

The Arsenic in Your Chicken

Despite the threat to human health and the environment, industrial poultry producers continue to use arsenical drugs to boost growth rates. A new study measured how much of this arsenic ends up in your meat.

Not All Eggs Are Created Equal

Spring - it's the eagerly anticipated season of new life and fertility, the transition from a winter slumber to an active, fruitful growing season. The egg symbolizes these notions and is traditionally used across many cultures to celebrate spring.

Blood, Guts, E. coli and Accessibility: Slaughterhouse Rules

Small slaughterhouses once existed throughout the US. Unfortunately, the transition to factory farming spawned the creation of huge, highly mechanized, corporate-controlled mega-slaughterhouses, which ultimately put most small, independent slaughterhouses out of business.

Ecocentric’s Top Green Gifts for 2012

Giving the perfect gift can be difficult, even more so if you're looking for something that’s good for your recipient, your community and our planet. To help you out, here are some ideas for greener gifts sure to please everyone on your list!

What's Your Congressperson's Food Policy Score?

Today, Food Policy Action launches the National Food Policy Scorecard, which shows how each member of Congress voted on key food and agriculture policies in 2012, and provides a score based on the extent to which his/her votes promoted safe, nutritious, healthful, affordable and accessible food.

Blog Action Day: The Power of We

This year, Blog Action Day focuses on "The Power of We," to celebrate people working together "to make a positive difference." So check out some of our favorite people & organizations helping our food, energy & water systems!

What Not to Eat: Arsenic!

According to Consumer Reports' "Arsenic in Your Food," an analysis of 65 rice products revealed measurable levels of total arsenic - including organic and inorganic forms - in almost every product.

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