Influencer Tom Philpott - featured
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So says the CEO.
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In a surprise move, Oakland-based cult coffee roasterBlue Bottle Coffeeis acquiring two Los Angeles coffee businesses --Handsome Coffee Roastersin the downtown Arts District andTonx , the fresh-roasted subscription coffee service.
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Entomologists in additional states in the Midwest and Northeast suspect resistance is present in farmers’ fields and are conducting laboratory analysis to make a final determination.
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Second Amendment fetishism aside, there’s an old saying that the working class’s ultimate weapon is withholding labor through slowdowns and strikes. By that measure, the U.S. working class has been...
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Wonder why your California-grown produce hasn't gotten more expensive in the drought? One word: groundwater.
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Political science is zeroing in on the political impact of economic power in America, and the results are not edifying.
Tom Philpott Tells Us Where He Thinks the Food Movement Is Headed and Shares His Favorite New York Stomping Grounds
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In addition to learning why he thinks attending our upcoming Edible Institute is important, we reached out to Tom to discuss what he's pursuing outside of his publicized work and find out his favorite New York City haunts.
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Don't get us wrong, we adore the kale. It's on every restaurant menu, in every fresh-pressed juice, even in our parents' fridge. We eat it and love it. But, the line should really be drawn somewhere — like, at baby names. Yes, apparently more and more people ...
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Virginia Valencia earns $12 an hour working the morning shift at Tesla Motors Inc. headquarters in Palo Alto, California, where she serves food and drinks to the staff and billionaire co-founder Elon Musk.
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In the 1970s, the U.S. Dietary Goals advised Americans to cut back on fat and eat more carbs to lower the risk of heart disease. But some experts say this high-carb, low-fat diet helped fuel obesity.