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fruit

Avocados Are About to Get Way More Expensive

The UK, where avocado sales have climbed by 25 percent in the last year alone, is getting it the worst.
Nick Rose
11.4.15
sustainability
sustainability

These University Students Are Swapping Booze for Beekeeping and Vegetables

Sustainability initiatives that see university grounds given over to beekeeping, chickens, and vegetable-growing in a bid to create "edible campuses" are becoming increasingly popular with British students.
Rachel England
10.12.15
meat
meat

This Box of Meat Could Save Britain’s Butchers

The "meat box," a package of fresh sausage, steak, and mince shipped directly to customers from farms with onsite butchers, is so much more than male genital-related banter.
Gareth May
7.6.15
COLOMBIA
COLOMBIA

Cartagena's Mercado de Bazurto Isn't for Beginners

The Mercado de Bazurto is a giant bustling market for some of the freshest fish and produce that Colombia has to offer. Better still, you'll find everything but tourists here.
Nikki Vargas
5.5.15
pesticides
pesticides

Pesticides on Fruit Are Destroying Your Sperm

A new study shows that men who eat produce with high levels of pesticide residues may be less fertile.
Lauren Rothman
4.1.15
police
police

This Is What It's Like to Farm Under Police Surveillance

In 2012, Forest of Dean eco-activists turned a 180-acre plot of land with no official owner since the 1800s into a self-reliant community farm. The land has now been sold to a local businessman, and residents are being forced to leave.
Michael Segalov
4.1.15
CHEFS
CHEFS

James Lowe and James Henry Have Created an Edible Bromance

Lyle’s James Lowe and James Henry of Bones shatter the egocentric chef stereotype with monkfish, 14-month cured ham, and good old-fashioned co-operation.
Phoebe Hurst
3.4.15
urban farming
urban farming

These People Are Growing Salad Greens in an Old Bomb Shelter

Underneath the Northern Line tube track in south London, a new underground urban garden is growing salad greens and microherbs that have never seen the sun. I went there to find out if it's just gimmick, or if will it upend how we view farming in the...
Helen Nianias
10.14.14
New York
New York

Welcome to The Dinner Bell

Remember the contest that Toys R Us hosted in the 80s where you raced against the clock, grabbing every toy in sight, dashing up and down the store's aisles with an overburdened cart and trying not to lose bowel control? That is basically me when let...
Julia Ziegler-Haynes
9.24.14
vegetables
vegetables

France Wants You to Eat Ugly Vegetables

Intermarché, one of France's largest grocery chains, has begun selling less-than-perfect produce at steep discounts in its stores. We're talking knobby lemons, three-legged carrots, and eggplants ugly enough to make onions cry. Why haven't we been...
Matthew Zuras
7.22.14