by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, February 15, 2016
by Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D. in Grocery Shopping, February 6, 2016
Whether you call them surplus, excess, seconds or just plain ugly, these are the fruits and vegetables that usually go to waste because they’re not considered perfect. Over 6 billion pounds of produce every year is thrown away — that’s about enough to fill four NFL stadiums. With 50 million people in America being food-insecure, there is a way to help reduce waste and feed more people. Read more
by Leah Brickley in Food News & Trends, February 5, 2016
Most of us shop for food at supermarkets. And while it’s possible to get healthy food there (hint: shop the perimeter), sometimes it feels like we’re being thwarted in our efforts to buy healthy food (we’re looking at you, checkout lane). So it’s refreshing to hear that several of the nation’s grocery stores are taking steps to make it easier for us to buy and eat healthier.
by Toby Amidor in Grocery Shopping, January 19, 2016
Purple lovers, unite! We’ve spied (and tasted) a bunch of products made from antioxidant-packed purple corn and are happy to report much of it is really good!
by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Tips, January 14, 2016
Have you taken a stroll down the frozen-foods aisle lately? Dinner options are a lot different than you might remember. There are way more choices to select from, including many that claim to be a healthier choice. As if that weren’t confusing enough, there are also delivery services that bring frozen meals to your doorstep. But are these frozen meals really healthier, quick alternatives to a home-cooked meal? Here are four you may want to give a try.
by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Tips, October 14, 2015
Have you put white sugar on the chopping block for 2016? You’re not alone. And there are a ton of sweetener alternatives popping up. Is there a better option?
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Grocery Shopping, March 21, 2015
Whole-grain options have come a long way! Now some of the more obscure varieties are easier to find in stores and online. Many of these grains are available for purchase in bulk and packaged, but which is a better deal? We did some investigating. Read more
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Food News & Trends, February 5, 2015
We’ve all gotten the memo: Bring a reusable bag for grocery shopping whenever you can, and choose paper over plastic when you can’t. But what other things can you do to make the least amount of impact on the environment when you’re shopping for groceries? Here are a few, along with some added incentives to adopt the reusable-bag habit. Read more
by Kiri Tannenbaum in Healthy Holidays, December 15, 2014
Half of what it takes to eat healthfully is finding the time to do it all — hunting for recipes, shopping for ingredients, putting it all together — it can feel like a full-time job! Take a deep breath. We’re sharing our favorite wholesome delivery services to help you make it all happen without losing your mind. You can order local groceries, healthy snacks, full-on meals and even smoothies! Relax.
by Amanda Marsteller in Uncategorized, January 21, 2014
We’re in the home stretch of our No-Resolutions Resolution plan. Have you followed our tips for smart snacking? Found a way to keep your exercise goals in check? Keep up the good work! This week, we’re tackling the grocery store. What to pick up and what to leave on the shelf!
Bobby Flay manages to stay fit and healthy even with a busy lifestyle as a chef, and he’s eager to share his healthy eating and fitness plan with fans in the return of his Web series, Bobby Flay Fit.
The focus of Episode 9 is to make smart choices: Planning a clear shopping list of healthy ingredients will help you make smarter choices at the grocery store and prevent the temptation to buy extra food while walking the aisles.