Interested in Buying Virtual Organic Blueberries?
Created 9/3/2010 8:16:40 AM 
Organic foods maker Cascadian Farm, situated in the state of Washington, was once known mainly for its high-quality organic foods in the real world — until it became part of Zynga’s wildly popular game Farmville.
Rooftop Organic Produce
Created 8/2/2010 11:23:13 AM 
A wave of innovators is developing profitable models for sustainable alternatives to industrial agriculture. These new entrepreneurs are developing breakthrough technologies, approaches and business models that can help create a post-industrial food system that is less resource intensive, more locally-based, and easier to monitor and control.
Eco Scraps: Leftover Collection Business
Created 6/25/2010 8:45:42 AM 
Americans throw out nearly 30 million tons of food every year, and 90% of those come from supermarkets, restaurants and convenience stores. Now a business collects leftover food from grocery stores and restaurants and turns it into valuable organic soil conditioner for sale at local nurseries.
Compost Yourself to Riches
Created 6/7/2010 8:25:45 AM 
The average American family produces more than 500 pounds of leftover organic material every year; composting not only keeps that waste out of methane-generating landfills, it also produces nutrient-rich, fertile, natural soil. Composting may be the right thing to do for the environment, but it can be hard to get around the smell and the mess—particularly for urbanites without expansive yards.
Make Money with Organic Soups & Bicycles
Created 4/14/2010 8:19:01 AM 
Back to the early 1900s, when bicycle and horse and cart were its chosen methods of delivery. Now—proving once again the old adage that everything that goes around comes around. Expect to see more examples of delivery by bicycle in the energy-conscious days ahead, using anything from traditional bicycles to van-sized cargo cycles.
Is There Money in Organic Food Vending Machines?
Created 10/9/2009 8:43:33 AM 
Finding a convenient, healthy snack can be difficult in workplaces and schools where fruit trees are long gone and the best on offer now comes from a vending machine stuffed with junk. In this troubled economic times, many schools are forced to shut down their cafeteria services and replace them with rows of vending machines.
Subscribe to your Local Farmer
Created 8/19/2009 8:29:12 AM 
If there is one unquestionably good thing we can each do, it is to try to shorten the distance between farm and table. In terms of sustainability, local food trumps imported, and organic beats petro-industrial. Grow your own food, if you can, but many of us aren't in a situation to do much gardening, much less become self-sufficient.
The Economics of Bioplastic
Created 7/10/2009 8:42:44 AM 
Bioplastics (also called organic plastics) are a form of plastics derived from renewable biomass sources, such as vegetable oil, corn starch, pea starch or microorganisms, rather than fossil fuel plastics which are derived from petroleum. Because of their biological degradability, their use is especially popular for disposable items, such as packaging and catering items (crockery, cutlery, pots, bowls, straws).
The Riches of Sustainable Booze
Created 7/8/2009 9:50:39 AM 
Looking to get drunk, but afraid of all the chemicals that might make it into your Margarita? Maybe you should think about getting yourself some organic booze - sometimes it's a little more expensive, but you can drink all you want without your typical fear of drinking a chemical cocktail.
Green Fast Food Joints and Make Money
Created 3/2/2009 7:51:43 AM 
In the USA alone, restaurants and other food operations pump out more than 285 tons of particulate matter every day, and 41 tons of volatile organic compounds. By far the bulk of it comes from underfired charbroilers. Particulate matter (aka “black carbon” ) is as a key contributor to rapid polar melting. When they’re covered with a layer of soot, glaciers absorb more heat. An estimated 321,000 underfired charbroilers are responsible for 94% of current restaurant emissions.


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