Food waste got special mainstream treatment from John Oliver (to whom I have no relation) last Sunday. Considering how striking the numbers are — Americans throw away approximately 40% of food made per year — the increased national exposure could help pump up sustainability efforts.
Lauren Garfinkel, an artist, is making food art that comments on politics. Food is clearly a relatable form of expression.
Have you ever loved cereal so much you just wanted to hang it on your wall? Well, you're not alone.
3-D printing continues to shape the future of the food industry. NPR’s "The Salt" this week also reported about a food lab in Belgium with 3-D printers and digital milling machines.
If there wasn’t proof already people like to eat, it turns out the most popular Facebook video publisher is none other than BuzzFeed Food.
"Food is an easy thing for people to bond over on social media no matter if they know each other really well or only know each other a little, if they're constantly in touch or have been out of touch for a while," said BuzzFeed Food creative director Emily Fleischaker.