Latest Food News Videos
We’ve compiled a selection of videos about recent food news including organic living, starting a winter garden, and the cost of cheap food. Have another favorite you’d like to include? Leave a comment below!
Yeo Valley Advert – Official Video
Planting Starts for a Winter Garden
Sustainable Food: Earthen Path Organic Farm
Paul Hawken: The High Cost of Cheap Food
Why should you care about food news?
Food choices go far beyond eating what simply tastes good. We as consumers also decide what to eat based on factors ranging from cost to nutritional value to personal ethics to politics. There is a constant stream of new information, research, and opinions that affect how we think about food. Staying current with the news that matters to you most is an important part of continuing to eat in a way that keeps you, your loved ones, and the world healthy.
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Posted 4 hours ago
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- Clean Eating Gains Popularity. Can Food Companies Ride the Wave?
Posted 8 days ago
Cheerios + Ancient Grains is just one way companies are trying to tap people’s desires for simpler foods.
- Taylor Chevrolet dealership donates food to Gleaners
Posted 2 days ago
Taylor Chevrolet is donating to a worthy cause for every vehicle sold through Nov. 30.
- The Truth About Food Additives
Posted 15 days ago
Earlier this year, a blogger made headlines when she organized a consumer protest to remove azodicarbonamide from fast food chains including Subway and Starbucks. The standout headline was that this ingredient is also used in the production of some yoga mats and sneaker soles. That certainly doesn’t sound great and is sure to grab the public’s attention, but it also doesn’t help consumers …
- Facebook Techwire wants to bring you the news
Posted 11 days ago
A lot of news breaks via a lot of avenues. Twitter, personal blogs, and even website exclusives. Though over one billion users digitally inhabit the site, the source for breaking news is almost never Facebook. With a special focus on technology, Facebook is launching FB Techwire, a companion service to their Newswire service. The service will have photos, videos, and … Continue reading
- States tap into locavore movement to recruit hunters after decades of declining US numbers
Posted 7 days ago
MONTPELIER, Vt. – A decades-long national decline in the number of hunters has prompted states to tap into a new group of hunters people who demand locally produced food, but don’t know the first thing about getting a deer. Numerous books and blogs on the topic have surfaced, and state …
- Comment Sections Fall Out of Fashion
Posted 3 days ago
Some media organizations are doing away with comment sections.
- Discontent in America
Posted 22 days ago
“A fresh blast of discontent reshapes the political order” is how the multiawarded pollster Gary Langer titled his blog last Wednesday, analyzing the exit poll of his company Langer Research Associates for ABC News on the 2014 midterm elections in the United States (http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2014/11/a-fresh-blast-of-discontent-reshapes-the-political-order/).
- A Fighting Chance: SN Community Service Award 2014
Posted 12 days ago
Delhaize America is improving the communities it serves with programs like Food Lion Feeds and Hannaford’s Healthy Living Center. read more