Whether you want to green your menu or adopt environmentally friendly practices in your restaurant, we can help. We provide consulting services to decide which sustainable or organic foods to put on your menu and where to buy them. We can also help plan annual or series dinners or other events such as sustainable seafood dinners, farm to table events, or even weddings.
Eating sustainably is good for you and good for our planet. Check out our tips for which foods are grown, raised, or caught sustainably and how to find eco-friendly foods or restaurants. Also, check out the links to our blog and to other resources to help you learn more and to connect with local, sustainable food sources.
Find out what green and sustainable events are going on in your town, or contact us to have your environmentally friendly event added to the calendar. Right now, our local events are focusing on Newburyport, Massachusetts and the seacoast area around Portsmouth, New Hampshire, but if you want a local page for your town, let us know.
From Our Blog
February 27, 2010 The Great Aquaculture Debate
At the recent Seafood Summit in Paris, one of the most contentious issues was that of aquaculture, which is often referred to as fish farming. Aquaculture facilities raise fish in a tanks or pens, either on land or in water bodies. To date, over two-thirds of all aquaculture fish are raised in China. There are […]
January 27, 2010 Seafood Summit
At the end of this week, I am fortunate enough to be hopping on an airplane for Paris. I will be attending the Seafood Summit, an annual event that brings together non-profit organizations, academics, seafood producers and suppliers, chefs, and restaurateurs from all over the world to learn about seafood sustainability. There are going to […]
January 15, 2010 To buy or not to buy – Integrated Pest Management
On my quest for locally grown and organically produced foods, I always ask farmers at markets how their food is grown and whether or not they use pesticides. I have often found the answer “we use integrated pest management” intriguing as it suggests it is better than other (aka conventional) agricultural practices even though not […]