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FoodMaven
We're connecting farmers and foodies to transform the food system and
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Jill Nussinow Apr 25
A venture-backed startup, FoodMaven, is tackling the US$161 billion per year industrial problem with innovative .
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FoodMaven 22h
Want to support local farmers? Find a farmers market! It helps get revenue directly to farmers, while supporting a more localized, sustainable food system.
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FoodMaven Apr 24
An amazing night for the dinner ! Perfect way to spend & meet more people in the Dallas community!
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FoodMaven Apr 24
It's - perfect to become a ! Follow and take the pledge at
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FoodMaven Apr 24
There are simple ways to reduce food waste - find out how!
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FoodMaven Apr 23
Our latest customer spotlight falls on Caveman Chefs. Chef David Kenney believes in the importance of protecting the environment, and using only the best local, sustainable ingredients.
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FoodMaven Apr 23
Replying to @CaiseyHoffman
We can’t wait!
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FoodMaven Apr 23
Are you attending the conference in Dallas this week? Make sure to come to the Common Ground dinner tomorrow night where we’ll be sponsoring a community-style dinner & screening of !
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Dept. of Agriculture Apr 22
Every day, 1.2 pounds of food per person is lost at the retail & consumer level. is a time to remember that less food waste protects the environment
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FoodMaven Apr 22
Are you up for the 30-day challenge?
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FoodMaven Apr 22
. Thank you for your great interview with our CEO about his vision for a more sustainable food system.
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FoodMaven Apr 19
The Sustainability Summit awarded their Campus Dining Services honors for partnering with FoodMaven. The awards recognize those making significant contributions to reduce ecological footprint. CDS’ purchases have prevented >23,000lbs of food from going to waste!
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FoodMaven Apr 19
We’ve connected Ela Family Farms to new customers like and @hiltondenvercitycenter who have used their delicious peaches in everything from beer to jam. Watch this video to learn more about Ela Family Farms .
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FoodMaven Apr 18
We applaud the for continuing in its mission to reduce food loss/waste to end hunger, help farmers financially benefit, & reducing resources spent on growing food not eaten.
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FoodMaven Apr 18
We look forward to a great relationship with you !!
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FAO Apr 17
The key to the also lies in its history.
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FoodMaven Apr 17
Have you been to ? They’re all about creating community, and support local growers like Ela Family Farms. You may have missed their Chêne Pêche beer made w/Palisade peaches last fall, but check them out for other beer like their Gelber Rauch Smoked Blonde Ale.
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FoodMaven Apr 16
One way to tackle food waste? Eat more of what we grow!
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FoodMaven Apr 16
10-19M tons of produce never make it off the farm ( No Food Left Behind Report) which means a lot of resources were used to grow food that won’t end up on plates. We help farmers find new pathways for food, ensuring it gets used by people & put to good use.
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FoodMaven Apr 15
wants to ensure that the best minds in food, agriculture, science and technology create solutions together that will result in environmental, social and economic sustainability.”
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