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Predicting the Future: We Need More Food and We Need Better Ways to Get It

We often talk (and post) about the upcoming food trends, but usually aren’t looking much farther than the next year. An exciting new project from National Geographic is taking the future of food to a whole new level. They’re taking a look at what the world’s food needs will be nearly 40 years in the [...]

Whole Foods Deploys Harvester to Reduce Food Waste

Whole Foods Market will deploy technology that converts food scraps into organic fertilizer for sale to farmers and consumers. The WISErg Harvester unit will be installed at Whole Foods Market Bellevue in Washington State in May. The Harvester unit will enable the Bellevue store to reduce food waste sustainably, and provide data reports to better […]

Redefining Entrepreneurship -- 4 Common Myths Debunked

Facebook. Amazon. Whole Foods. All of these startups changed the rules of the game for their industries. They represent what business guru Clayton Christensen calls "disruptive innovation" -- new ventures that turn traditional business models upside-down. Show More Summary

Here's The Difference Between Walmart America And Whole Foods America

Walmart country and Whole Foods country are very different places. Morgan Stanley is out with a retail "atlas" that breaks down retail stores by geography. Based on their data, we made the following maps showing the number of Walmarts and Whole Foods per one million people in each state. Show More Summary

Barbecued Crawfish-Stuffed Whole Alligator

yesterdayOdd : Neatorama

This beautiful looking (and probably tasting) dish is a skinned 5-foot alligator filled with a crawfish-based stuffing. It's the creation of the BBQ Pit Boys, a barbecuing federation that teaches members how to cook food properly. The...Show More Summary

10 Earth Day Beauty DIY Recipes That Are Green in Every Way

This Earth Month, we're taking this whole going green manifesto pretty seriously. We've gathered 10 beauty recipes that harness the skin-saving characteristics of our favorite foods. But in addition to being great for your complexion and the environment, these at-home mixers are also green... really green. View Slideshow ›

A Microwave That Promises To Fry Your Food Without a Drop of Oil

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

T-fal kicked off the whole "frying foods with minimal oil" trend with its Actifry machine, but who really has room for yet another appliance on their kitchen counter—even if it promises healthier fries and wings? That's why Samsung has...Show More Summary

Will Vertical Farming Kill Monsanto Company and Help Whole Foods Market?

If the world could produce food in vertical farms, then it would no longer need genetically modified seeds. Right? Actually, new production systems could spur growth for organic food producers such as Whole Foods Market and biotech crop producers such as Monsanto.

Why Wal-Mart's Move Into Organics Could Actually Help Whole Foods

The big-box retailer's move into organic food may have shaken up some Whole Foods Market investors, but the health-food supermarket and its peers could come out ahead here.

24 Natural Beauty Products Our Editors Actually Use

If a trip to Whole Foods's beauty aisle feels like a daunting task (so many choices!), let us be your tour guide. We asked all of our editors in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York City which natural products they actually use to give you the best chance at choosing grooming goodies that work. Show More Summary

Chobani Adds Savory Dips and Yogurty Desserts to Product Line

Make room for yogurt. The Greek yogurt titan isn't going to let a Whole Foods rebuff and a bunch of party-pooper customs officials ruin its low-fat, high-protein parade: The company is setting sail for yogurty new frontiers with the introduction of Chobani Oats, which consists of its product blended with fruit and oats. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart's Push Toward Organics: Whole Foods Market Need Not Worry, but These Grocers Should

There's a lot of good to come from Wal-Mart's organic focus, but other grocers could really feel a hit.

Just What the Doc Ordered

Summary: Whole Foods has to be one of my favorite grocery chains. Healthy everything. Everywhere you walk in the store…healthy. And they have a knack for finding these excellent vendors who create awesome products. And when you can truly...Show More Summary

Is Whole Foods Market Still a Good Buy?

Intense competition has led to a drop in Whole Foods’ performance this year. Is this an opportunity, or a negative sign?

Patriot Berry Farms: Fresh Growth Opportunity

By Stone Fox Capital: For the last several years, the market has found grocers selling fresh and organic food items very appealing. Whole Foods Market (WFM) has been a long-term winner and new entrants Sprouts Farmers Market (SFM) and The Fresh Market (TFM) got off to rousing valuations in the last couple of years. Show More Summary

Book of the Week: Simon Wroe’s ‘Chop Chop’

It’s always interesting to go to a restaurant where they let you watch all the action in the kitchen. You see all the chopping, all the frying, and the whole process of your food being prepared. Yet I can only count a handful of times...Show More Summary

The Right Way to Read a Food Label: Don’t Overlook the Fine Print

Clients love to tell me about the new snack bar or cereal they found at the grocery store. They tell me how it’s all natural or full of whole grains. I hate bursting their bubble when I ask how much sugar it has. In your quest to be a healthy and fit you need to [...]

Awesome guy does awesome hand stands in awesome places on awesome trip

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The biggest question when you travel the world isn't what countries you'll visit or what foods you'll eat or what new things you'll try, it's figuring out the best way to document the whole damn thing. You can squeeze it all down toShow More Summary

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