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There’s already so much change happening in food. What can we expect in the next 5, 10, 20 years or more? From more sustainable plants to appliances that make cooking easier, it’s a bright future indeed.
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There’s already so much change happening in food. What can we expect in the next 5, 10, 20 years or more? From more sustainable plants to appliances that make cooking easier, it’s a bright future indeed.
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Is Lab-Grown Meat the Future of Sustainable Food, or Just Plain Gross?

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Meat grown in a lab may be more sustainable than meat taken from an animal, but does a steak straight from a petri dish sound yummy?

Leafy Greens Are the Biggest Contributors to Food Waste in America, But This Man Is Here to Change That

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As incredibly healthy as leafy greens are, they also happen to be among the biggest contributors to food waste in the U.S.

Saving Our Food Supply in the Face of Climate Change

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A smoldering vista southeast of Tucson, Arizona—a city that saw 68 days of temperatures at 100°F or higher last year, and averages less than 12 inches of rainfall annually.

How Your Food Choices Can Help Fight Climate Change

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Pictured Recipe: Bean Salad with Charred Lemons

Top 10 Foods That Might Disappear If Temperatures Keep Rising

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Pictured: Red-Wine Hot Chocolate