Avista Donation Supports A Bite to Go

Multimedia with summary

In Spokane, more than 24,000 children are growing up hungry. Area schools have noted that children who are hungry are more likely to be aggressive, hyperactive and exhibit behavior problems that make learning difficult.

Free Roundtable: The Energy-Water-Food Nexus

Learn About Risks and Opportunities for the Private Sector on Dec. 12

Christina Aguilera, Pizza Hut Fight Against Hunger


Christina Aguilera, multi-Grammy Award winner and international superstar, has been named as the World Hunger Relief campaign’s global spokesperson.

Sanitation Driver Delivers Food, Toiletries to Homeless Sleeping on Street


At 5 a.m. on a Saturday morning, much of Silver Spring, Md., is still quiet, but Arnold Harvey has already started his day.

He’s a commercial driver for the sanitation company Waste Management, but he also makes very special, personal deliveries.

Ecolab Is Keeping Food Supplies Safe, Sustainably.


Over the next two decades, it is anticipated that the world will need 50 percent more food to meet the needs of a rapidly growing population. In addition, the rise of the middle class, urbanization, higher-protein diets and more meals away from home are trends that are dramatically shifting food demands, particularly in emerging economies.

Jonathan Trent and the OMEGA Project

Multimedia with summary

When life gives you lemons they say to make lemonade. And what if life gives you sewage released into an enclosed bay, what can you make? Certainly not lemonade, right? Our guest today on Sea Change Radio is NASA scientist and UC Santa Cruz professor, Jonathan Trent. He has figured out how to use algae to turn wastewater pollution into biofuel.

How Intermarché and Chipotle Thought Differently About Food Waste


Food waste is making headlines across the globe. In the United States alone, 31 percent – or 133 billion pounds – of the available food supply went uneaten in 2010, according to the USDA.

Guest Post: Feeding the Hungry at Panera Bread


Not by coincidence, I’m blogging today from a Panera Bread cafe near my home in Bethesda, MD. The atmosphere is pleasant, the people are friendly, the wi-fi is reliable and the food is pretty good. (I have a weak spot for the shortbread cookies.) But, as I learned recently, there’s more to this company than meets the eye of a casual visitor.


Subscribe to food