The Clean Food Club is an online publication about food and sustainability innovation in New England, and every post on this blog can be categorized by Clean, Community or Local: clean, whole food and community-driven innovation with a focus on local. We share recipes using local ingredients, and stories of farmers, entrepreneurs and community leaders who are changing the way we eat. With each post, The Clean Food Club explores the possibilities of eating as local, as healthy, and as sustainable as possible, featuring content from contributors all around Boston.
Alice Kathryn Richardson is a new media photojournalist and creator of The Clean Food Club. She previously spent two years working on Deserts in the District, a series of short-form documentaries exploring food access and hunger in Washington, DC. Follow her on Twitter @AKR_Pictures.
Jessica Ann Mandelbaum has been eating her way around New England for the past four years. With a BA in Anthropology, and her current work towards a MA in Gastronomy, she offers a distinct and eclectic perspective. When Jessica’s not writing about the multi-sensory perception of flavor or force-feeding loved ones her various kitchen creations, she can be found practicing yoga, gardening, reading, hiking, or spending quality time with her dog-daughter.
Jane Polley, MS RD LDN, is a registered dietician and the Nutrition Director at the Longfellow Health Clubs in Natick and Wayland MA. Everyone can reach their personal best by developing healthy, sensible and lasting habits!
Mira Louise D’Souza is the owner of Queen Pickle, a handmade Indian-style pickle company in Somerville, MA. Follow her on Instagram @mira.dsouza and Twitter @mirald, and learn more about Queen Pickle at QueenPickle.com.
Colleen Bradley-MacArthur is a food, video and art geek from Waltham, MA. Busy wife / mom / worker bee. Follow her on Instagram @bradmac23 and Twitter @.
The Clean Food Club is a proud member of the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts!