It’s not news that consumers are interested in fresh, healthy food. But a new spate of companies are making easier and more fun for people to be able to have that need met. As reported on Springwise, there are easy ways to move beyond a simple vegetble garden and raise your own chickens, and even make wine and cheese (the cheese comes from a “leased” cow. Additionally, there are companies specializing in the home delivery of fresh organic produce for those not inclined to grow it themselves. Exciting stuff, exciting opportunities. (via Sustainablog)
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London: Nov 3 – Nov 5
Sustainable Brands London 2014
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