Monthly Archives: April 2012

Finding Sustainable Seafood is a Slippery Process

The process of figuring out what seafood is truly sustainable tends to be about as slippery as seafood itself. 

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How to Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

High-tech and medical device companies aren’t the only start-ups sprouting in the Boston area, hungry for capital to grow their businesses. Six exciting, innovative food-related businesses and nonprofits presented their concepts at a recent Slow Money Entrepreneurial Showcase in Cambridge, … Continue reading

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Massachusetts Goes With the [Whole] Grain

Grains are the “missing link” in the sustainable food chain, according to Megan Browning, an intern with the Chefs Collaborative, a Boston-based organization that works with chefs and the greater food community to celebrate local foods and foster a more … Continue reading

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Making Connections at the Boston Jewish Food Conference

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The Hidden Costs of Selling at Farmers Markets

Farmers markets are great for shoppers — who get to buy fresh, delicious foods and support local farmers — and for farmers and food producers—who get to sell lots of product, make more profit, meet their customers, and build their … Continue reading

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