Sarah Collins is combating hunger and empowering a generation of women around the world with a simple slow cooker. The device is filled with repurposed foam chips and covered in fabric designed by local fashion and textile designers.
Almond farmers have become drought scapegoats after reports that it takes one gallon of water to produce one almond. We talked to California's largest orchard removal service, about what it means for their business.
Chef José Andrés is on a mission to make clean burning cookstoves available to the 3 billion people who rely on burning solid fuels to feed their families.
Frustrated by how out of reach and incompatible immersion circulators were for their home, husband and wife team Lisa and Abe Fetterman launched Nomiku in 2012, the first-ever immersion circulator designed for home sous-vide cooking that was affordable and easy-to-use.
San Francisco is variously described as a foodie city and a techie stronghold. Is it any surprise then that there are a slew of new companies and businesses that are focusing on how technology can impact on food production, distribution and consumption?