TOPIC: NOURISHMENT (46)
i love blue seahttp://www.ilovebluesea.com
The fishermen and seafood producers we represent are doing tremendous good, utilizing both age-old and modern sustainable fishing methods to protect our natural resources. By buying seafood direct, customers support and reward fishermen for sustainable fishing. It helps that seafood this fresh tastes good too!
#FoodShareFilter is the first supportive filter for Instagram created by the spanish NGO Manos Unidas that allows you to share your food, but share it for real. Because the money collected goes to the fight against hunger.
Our vision is to become the market leader in the development and introduction of new plant protein products. We are focused on perfectly replacing animal protein with plant protein where doing so creates nutritional value at lower cost.
Real Food Challengehttp://www.realfoodchallenge.org
The Real Food Challenge serves as both a campaign and a network. The campaign is to increase the procurement of real food on college and university campuses, with the national goal of 20% real food by 2020. By leveraging their purchasing power we can catalyze the transformation of the larger food system. The network offers a chance for students and their allies (those working on the campaign along with those who've yet to sign on) to make connections, learn from one another, and grow the movement.
Our mission is to make it easy to find sustainably-sourced food wherever you are. We're providing food transparency because what we eat matters -- for our communities, our environment and our wellbeing. The more we know about our food, the better choices we can make, and the more power we have to create positive change.
The core ideal which we believe at HarvestGeek is that the economics of large-scale industrial agriculture is not a sustainable proposition thus the need for efficient, tested and reproducible methods of small-scale food production. We'd like to see communities producing the bulk of their own food. The benefits to this we believe are many.
By empowering the local food movement, communities will benefit from new employment opportunities, money spent on food will stay in the community, fossil fuel use due to food transportation will drop off sharply, impoverished areas access to (healthy) food will increase, and we will be seeding a new generation with an appreciation for food, their health, and their connection to the Earth.
Back to the Rootshttp://www.backtotheroots.com
Back to the Roots is an organization on a mission to take back our food and take back our health by creating that make it as easy as possible for people to grow their own food at home. The BTTR Grow-Your-Own Mushroom Garden and Home Aquaponics Garden encourage fresh, healthy eating as well as learning about where food comes from and why what we choose to eat is crucial to our health.
The idea for kitchen.ly originated during Ogden’s Startup Weekend when founder Mitch Monsen was struck with the idea during the pitch meeting for an easy way for cooking enthusiasts to share their skills with the world.
The idea evolved into “kitchen.ly,” an online service that allows anyone to open their own kitchen for reservations. Now, cooking enthusiasts, amateur chefs, or anyone with a passion for great food can create their favorite dishes and share them with the world. By keeping the parties small and the functions private, kitchen.ly can help anyone host dinners in their home without regulation and expensive licensing. Today, kitchen.ly is transforming the way we eat out, by connecting people who love food with people who love to cook.
World’s first low carbon hydraulic water-driven, tropical vegetable urban vertical farm, using green urban solutions to achieve enhanced green sustainable production of safe, fresh and delicious vegetables, using minimal land, water and energy resources.
Nutrivise is a nutrition solution that helps you know exactly what you need to eat in order to reach your health and fitness goals effectively. Think of us as a pocket nutritionist that helps you make the smartest food decision no matter where you are or what you are craving.
Our first product Here&Now is a revolutionary mobile app that recommends both chain and local restaurant dishes based on your location, biometrics, and goals.Here&Now will recommend the healthiest dishes nearby, give recommendations for specific restaurants, and search for the most wholesome versions of the food you crave.
Cycle House is a new type of workout experience focused not just on improving you, but the world around you as well. Every class taken at Cycle House translates to two meals for someone in need and anywhere from 500 to 1,000 calories burned off of your body.
mealTrain.com is a free solution that simplifies the organization of giving and receiving meals. By allowing the giving party to take into account the recipient’s preferred meal times, food preferences, and available days, the site helps ensure that the recipient gets the meals they enjoy on the days that are most helpful.
We are a volunteer youth movement of changemakers committed to ending global hunger in our lifetime.
Around the country, we’re raising money for the end of hunger by running FeelGood Grilled Cheese Delis on our college campuses. Every penny we raise—100%—is invested in hunger-ending organizations with a proven track record of success.
And because ending hunger is about raising awareness as well as money, we also use our delis as a point of dialogue. Walk up to order a sandwich and through displays, literature and even the menu board, you’ll see how we transform our delis into a place where people learn about the causes of global hunger, and the hunger-ending strategies that really work.