Posts Tagged: zero waste

Ugly Produce Onto Tables

Ugly Produce

Getting Ugly Produce Onto Tables So It Stays Out of Trash By JENNIFER MEDINA EMERYVILLE, Calif. — The eggplants are crooked and a little long-necked, contorted enough that they would probably lose in a beauty pageant against rounder or more symmetrical aubergines. In the field where they were grown or in the supermarkets for which… Read more »

Zero-Waste Grocery Store

Zero-Waste Grocery Store

It’s here and it’s being claimed “The first zero-waste grocery store in the world”. A zero-waste grocery store recently opened its doors in Germany and everyone should get excited. 80% of items sold in supermarkets is wrapped in toxic packaging. In effect, Americans still produce near 3 pounds of trash every day, and this is a… Read more »