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New food diets aim to reduce climate impact

Illustration of a world-shaped barcode sticker on a package of asparagus

Illustration: Sarah Grillo/Axios

Move over, locavores: A slew of new labels — from “climavore” to “reducetarian” — reflect the trend of people eating with sustainability in mind to reduce their climate “foodprint.”

Why it matters: Food manufacturers, restaurants, and supermarkets are racing to cater to the zeal for lower-carbon eating choices, which has people eschewing plastic packaging, ingredients flown in from afar, and foods that are environmentally damaging to produce.

  • While there’s plenty of disagreement about what to avoid, top villains include faves like red meat, chocolate, avocados, sugar, and — gasp — coffee.
  • The “eat local” mantra is being
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Kroger Announces Food Trend Predictions for 2023

America continues eat at home trend, celebrating life’s special moments by cooking and entertaining for family and friends

CINCINNATI, Jan. 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR), America’s grocer, today announced its 2023 Food Trends Report, which predicts emerging food trends, consumer behaviors and popular items for the year ahead. The fifth-annual report centers on America’s continued eat at home habits as pandemic concerns subside* with consumers now seeking to make up for lost time and celebrate everything from life’s special moments to everyday milestones by entertaining and cooking at home together with their family and friends.

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Nigel Slater’s winter vegan and vegetarian recipes | Winter food and drink

My shopping begins with the fruit and vegetables. It always has done. Thoughts about what is in season, what is at its best at this moment, have always come before anything else. Rummaging through market stalls or surveying the long table at the greengrocer’s is the part of food shopping I enjoy most. It always seems like a good place to start. But often that is where it finishes too.

This month’s recipes are suitable for vegetarians and three of them are – with a tweak here and there – good for vegans too. I have roasted cauliflower and

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Kitchen Shrink: A sad lobster tale and other food stories to kick-off the new year

It’s a new year, and while a lot of us are recovering from too much holiday cheer, I’m peering into my culinary crystal ball for some educated predictions, trends, and smart food options. Here’s to a healthy, happy, yummy, and prosperous one!

Catharine Kaufman

Catharine Kaufman

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Claw Back

Maine lobster lovers are going to have to hunt down this seafood treasure as many fishmongers have put it on ice (figuratively speaking) due to a declaration of unsustainability by a pair of high-profile environmental watchdogs. Whole Foods (among others) are no longer offering this delicacy as it has been

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What is a baked salad and how to make the TikTok trending food

Baked salads are popping up all over TikTok. Here’s why recipe creators say the meal is perfect for winter. (Photo: Carla Contreras)

Since the introduction of the app, TikTok has given way to a diverse bunch of food trends. From the decadent-but-simple whipped feta dip to the over-the-top inside out grilled cheese, there’s truly a bit of everything. This winter season? Make way for baked salads.

While the thought of a warmed-through salad dish may not seem appetizing at first, baked salads are a flavorful way to bring an array of veggies to your dinner plate. “It’s a salad where

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