The food and drink we consume influences how it is produced and to a certain degree it's quality. If eating healthy local produce is important, then how can we as consumers, encourage more sustainable production, manufacturing and distribution?
Locally produced food grown in sync with the seasons is fresher and requires less energy to produce and transport to you. more »
Avoid bottled water and feel good knowing that you’re saving money, reducing your personal health risks and reducing resource waste in your community. more »
Replace at least one meat meal per week with a vegetarian option. Land used for beans and vegetables produces 10 times as much protein as land used for raising beef. more »
Join the mung bean nation! Prevent the sizzling death of a thousand innocent animals, improve your health, and hit the jackpot in terms of reducing your ecological impact. more »