Monthly Archives: June 2015

Food Recovery Spotlight: Revive Foods Gives Fruit a Second Chance

Our next installment in the Food Recovery Spotlight series takes us to the Bay Area where jam manufacturer Revive Foods makes its home.  In 2014, friends Zoe Wong and Kay Feker co-founded Revive Foods.  Wong and Feker are seeking to address the serious issue of food waste. The company name “Revive” speaks to the business purpose: give […]

FRP Director Speaks at Zero Food Waste Forum in Austin, TX

FRP Director Nicole Civita just returned from a quick trip to Austin, Texas where she had the pleasure of presenting a lecture titled The Law of Food Recovery: Reducing Risk, Maximizing Benefit & Creating Culture at the Austin Zero Food Waste Forum. The Forum, a multi-day, multi-stakeholder event was designed to gather, educate, and generate productive […]

Closing the Loop: Biosolids and Sustainable Food Production

LL.M. Candidate Maranda White, who has supported the Food Recovery Project as a Graduate Assistant researcher during the 2014-15 academic year, joins us as guest blogger for a frank discussion of the other food-related waste stream — the one we rarely discuss in polite company: human excreta.   In Rebuilding the Foodshed, Philip Ackerman-Leist exposes […]