Inside the Discovery Portal

“All we knew when we got into this business was that people wanted a better option for food at their office. That’s what we knew. We didn’t exactly know how we were going to solve for that. We had a general idea, and that’s where the innovation of the LeanBox itself came out of, which…

Winter Farm Shares in Boston

There are very few boxes available during the winter months, but The Clean Food Club has found some for you! Here are five winter farm share boxes that are easily accessible to pick up around the Boston, MA area. With the seasonal produce you’ll find in any of the winter farm shares below, you can make some…

The tart cherry boys who are changing your diet

A few weeks ago at Babson Food Day, I had the privilege of participating in the quick-serivce incubator for food entrepreneurs. Alfred Schofield, one of the entrepreneurs, presented Vital Fit Nutrition, a company that makes plant-based supplements. They launched with a tart cherry product that is an all-natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, and then they created a…

Sea-to-KITCHEN: A Seafood Feast with Red’s Best

Red’s Best and The Trustees celebrated National Seafood Month on Friday by cooking a completely seasonal and locally-caught seafood dinner in The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market. “It takes a community to feed a community,” said Valerie Rosenberg, Director of Retail and Marketing at Red’s. They only buy from local, community-based boats, supporting the fishermen in…

Fall Festivals, PYO and other activities across New England

It’s October! That means apple picking, pumpkin carving and hayrides. It also means pumpkin regattas, a wife-carrying championship, traditional Oktoberfest Biergartens, and garlic ice cream.  We put together a list of places all around New England with the best fall fun and unique perks! This is a list of events and activities, pick-your-own (PYO) and…

The Imminent Extinction of the Honey Bee

Honey bees are essential to the continuation of our diverse diets and physical welfare. According to the USDA, over one-third of the human diet, including fruits, legumes, and vegetables, come from insect-pollination, and of those foods approximately 80% is accomplished by honey bees alone. In addition, certain foods such as almonds can only be pollinated…

perfectly free, perfect for summer

As soon as the doors opened to the Yawkey Auditorium at WGBH, dozens of Edible Science attendees flocked to the tables inside and lined up for their free samples. At the Edible Science event, speakers talked about the science behind food, and encouraged Bostonians to discover the new food and beverage companies all around them…