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The Downside of Upcycled Food

The Downside of Upcycled Food

Meant to reduce waste and increase sustainability, Food Upcycling is now being used with less virtuous motives. The result is a reduction in food quality and safety that is making some consumers a bit weary. That's because upcycled foods contain ingredients that would normally be considered unmarketable and unconsumable. 

Vegetable Tops and Leaves You Didn't Know Were Edible (And Delicious)

Vegetable Tops and Leaves You Didn't Know Were Edible (And Delicious)

When you prep your vegetables, do you usually discard the tops? Most people do, but this blog may change your mind. These Vegetable Tops and Leaves are actually delicious and packed with nutrition.

Are Bioengineered Ingredients “Natural”?

Are Bioengineered Ingredients “Natural”?

Confused by labels that indicate a product is both all-natural and bioengineered? Energy Matters, LLC. explores what these terms really mean in order to uncover whether consumers are being misled.