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Food Workers and Food Justice Resources

The real price of cheap food continues to be revealed on all grounds.  Here are some resources about how to creatively and actively pursue just working conditions for an issue … Continue reading

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New Profit Model?

Check out this NYTimes article, “Small Farmers Creating a New Business Model as Agriculture Goes Local”.  There were two things that really caught my eyes.  One, “A study last fall by the … Continue reading

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SmubHub: Changing the Landscape of Food Procurement & Supply in our Region

We were so honored to be on the Sustainable Business Network newsletter last week and we wanted to share the article in case you were not able to see it! … Continue reading

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Grown in Detroit

For a positive note in the food and business world, check out this profile of some of the different way that food is helping to support the economy in Detroit … Continue reading

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Smubhub at John and Kira’s Chocolates

“The chocolates are the window to these [growers],” said John Doyle, of John and Kira’s Chocolates on a wonderfully produced PBS video.  SmubHub is proud to partner with J & … Continue reading

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Berry’s Jefferson Lecture

“The two great aims of industrialism—replacement of people by technology and concentration of wealth into the hands of a small plutocracy—seem close to fulfillment.  At the same time the failures … Continue reading

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Bakers Green Acres V. Michigan DNR

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Is the Triple Bottom Line a problem?

A recent dowser.com article entitled “Social Entrepreneurs Too Idealistic?” made me start to think about the future.  In its essence the article presents a view opinions, but really stuck out to … Continue reading

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At Cherry Grove

As we turned onto the gravel road off of Rt. 206 in Lawrenceville, NJ, we passed a Dutch-Belted bull and a herd of milking cattle grazing the bucolic property once … Continue reading

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Tanya D. Cobb’s “Reclaiming Our Food” At Greensgrow

Last Friday, Tanya Denckla Cobb, UVa Food Systems Professor and author of “Reclaiming our Food: How The Grassroots Food Movement is Changing the Way We Eat.”, gave an energetic and … Continue reading

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Our Trip to Cherry Grove Farms!

The SmubHub team had a wonderful day at the beautiful Cherry Grove Farm where we had an inside look into their dairy production and had the opportunity to chat with … Continue reading

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Philly Food and Farm Fest, This Sunday

We are excited to be present at the Philly Food and Farm Fest.  I think Philly will continue to be known as a radical city in the local food movement. … Continue reading

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Follow Your Wildest Dreams? The Tacocopter

When it comes to starting a business or finding the creative solutions to the world’s problems, you should let your mind go to the furthest reaches of space.  You cannot … Continue reading

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A Friend’s Takeways on “Draw Something’s” Sucess

One of my closest friends, Suraj Jain, who is a financial whiz and all round stand out guy recently posted some great lessons he learned from OMGPOP, who created the … Continue reading

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Trash to Treasure

In a recent article by GOOD, Nikhil Arorar, co-founder of Back to The Roots, was quoted, saying, ““We both believe to our core that business doesn’t have to be something … Continue reading

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