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In the basement of The Plant, a 94,000-square-foot former meat-processing facility in Chicago’s Back of the Yards neighborhood, a company called Greens & Gills is raising fish and microgreens in the same “aquaponic” ecosystem. Those greens, including basil, kale and arugula, end up on the shelves at local supermarkets, and on the plates of some of the city’s hottest Michelin-starred restaurants, like Everest and El Ideas.[…] Continue Reading »
In advance of the fourth annual BlogHer Food conference, BlogHer released its first food-focused study, focusing on the intersection of women, social media and food. Below is a quick summary of some statistical highlights.
The Internet guides food decisions. Whether it’s finding a recipe, searching for a restaurant or engaging with food blogs, the Internet is a primary place for food information for the general population.[…] Continue Reading »