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MillerCoors Golden Location Goes Landfill Free

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On June 24, MillerCoors announced that its brewery located in Golden, CO — the country’s largest single-site brewery — is now the world’s largest landfill-free brewery. Building on its experience in taking four of its other breweries landfill free, this latest move means the largest brewery in the U.S. eliminated an average of 135 tons of […]

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Good Eggs Brings Local Groceries To Your Door

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In the San Francisco Bay Area, Good Eggs brings local groceries to your door. Order online and local famers and foodmakers pick-up and/or prep to order. Good Eggs then aggregates, packs, and delivers. Order and pick-up from producers are now available in Brooklyn and New Orleans. Los Angeles will get the full service this summer. A quick […]

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Five Ugly Things We’ve Learned from “Salt Sugar Fat”

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OurFoodNews has been reading Salt, Sugar, Fat by Michael Moss. If you read it carefully, it’s a slow read. But we have to speak out today, even though we’re just half way into this terrific book. Here’s the ugly truth that we’ve learned so far. 1. Anyone interested in the food they eat and why […]

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Retailers Form an Alliance to Promote Food Conservation

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Big…The Food Marketing Institute may be well known to insiders as a massive trade show, idea marketplace, and schmooze fest. But the group is serious about food conservation. In partnership with the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), and other commercial stakeholders, FMI participates in the Food Waste Reduction Alliance Project. The stated goal of the group […]

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Fake Food and Food Fraud Make Real Problems

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When is olive oil not virgin? Does it matter that the label says “100%” juice? For manufacturers, retailers, and consumers, the answers to these food fraud questions carry real world consequences. What we eat is no longer merely an exercise in culinary snobbery. Globalization of the food supply chain has introduced multiple potential points at […]

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