Just Food In The News!

Searching for Spring
04/07/2014 in Huffington Post

Liz Neumark highlights the Just Food Annual Conference 2014 for its celebration of the food movement. 

Just Food Stories: Episode 12 - Just Food Conference
04/03/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

Jacquie explains what the Just Food Conference is, why it is so important, and how it has changed. 

Inspired and Connected: What's on the Docket for the Just Food Conference
03/27/2014 in Edible Manhattan

The annual Just Food Conference will bring food-loving community members together for two days of discussions, panels and intensive workshops.

Just Food Stories: Episode 11 - Food Preservation with Michaela Hayes
03/27/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

 Michaela Hayes, founder of Crock & Jar, talks to Jacquie about the pros and cons to both canning and fermentation as they relate to food preservation. 

Just Food Stories: Episode 10 - Liz Neumark & Michel Nischan
03/20/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

Jacquie interviews Liz Neumark, CEO of Great Performances and Michel Nischan, CEO of Wholesome Wave, two extraordinary chefs who are leading food systems change. 

Just Food Stories: Episode 9 - Maggie & Ward Cheney
03/13/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

 Jacquie and Alison interview Ward Cheney, founder of The Food Project, and daughter Maggie Cheney of Bushwick Campus Farm. 

Just Food Stories: Episode 8 - Ronna Welsh
03/06/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

 Jacquie chats with Ronna Welsh, chef & owner of Purple Kale Kitchenworks, about cooking for sustainability. 

Farm to office
03/01/2014 in Hill Country Observer

 Workplaces become new destination for agricultural deliveries. 

Community ag groups grow by the bushel
02/27/2014 in Crain's New York Business

Demand for fresh local produce sparks interest, as the number of community-supported agriculture organizations increases nearly four-fold in a decade.

Just Food Stories: Episode 7 - Gwen Schantz & Marina Souza of Brooklyn Grange
02/20/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

Hear from Gwen Schantz & Mariana Souza of Brooklyn Grange, the premier pioneer in rooftop farming in the country.