Road Trip!

In Jonathan Bloom news:¬†I’m excited to be heading west for my D.I.Y. book tour next week, visiting San Francisco, Seattle and Portland. Or as I like to call it, The Compost Coast. For a full list of events, glance over at the sidebar, or visit my book site. Hope to see you somewhere!

In other news:

Don’t look now, but NYC is expanding its composting options to a few more farmer’s markets¬†greenmarkets. It just so happens that the piece references SF and Seattle’s curbside food waste collection. And then this article details a fledgling composter near Portland.

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In this piece on Walmart and India, we learn that 30 percent of food in India is wasted, primarily due to poor cold storage.

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The wasteful practice of ‘discard‘ called by its real name: stupid.

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Finally, there was a 2.2% increase in food prices last month. That’s the largest jump since the UN started tracking the statistic 20 years ago. Wow.

If there’s a silver lining here, it’s that we may just be forced to treat our food a little more carefully. Hope so.

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