The annual event returns this Friday with the biggest and best lineup to date.
Its goals include highlighting the interconnectedness of hunger and the structure of cities and establishing a platform for advocacy and action.
The annual event aimed at effecting personal and political change in the food system returns this Saturday, October 24.
Their general model remains, except interested diners are no longer required to pay the initial $175 membership fee.
The festival’s ninth consecutive year in New York kicks off next weekend, and two of our own Edible Films are in the lineup.
This year’s theme explores how we can, should and are rethinking the future of food.
Screening in New York on October 12, After Winter, Spring follows the ups and downs of rural French farming families.
Along with watching — or even participating in — a dumpling eating contest, guests can purchase small tasting plates.
We’re meeting up with our sister Edible publications in the one and only UNESCO-designated City of Literature next month for the Eating Words conference.
The convention lasts for one day and includes keynote addresses on topics ranging from global resource scarcity to the role of chefs and consumers.
Naked Juice has pledged to donate 500,000 pounds of produce to Wholesome Wave.
Though the nonprofit is best known for rescuing 150,000 pounds of food each day, it also hosts educational programming to help alleviate hunger in the long term.