9 Ways to Eat for a Healthier Planet

Susan S. Johnson

By Danielle Nierenberg

The food system accounts for more than one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to a recent study published in Nature Food.


But with every meal, consumers have the opportunity to make climate-friendly decisions that reduce their carbon footprint. From eating seasonally to adopting a plant-forward diet, Food Tank is highlighting nine ways to eat well and support the environment.

And tune in at 2:00 p.m. EDT on April 28 for Food Tank and Compass Group’s Stop Food Waste Day. Chefs, policymakers, food system experts, and more will share impactful ways that everyone can reduce

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How To Eat a Vegetarian Diet on a Budget

Susan S. Johnson
Fresh colorful organic vegetables coming out from paper eco shopping bag

Fresh colorful organic vegetables coming out from paper eco shopping bag

By now it is well-known that reducing meat and bulking up on plant-based foods is better for your health and for the planet. But perhaps less well-known is the large-scale economic impact of meat consumption. In 2020, the costs of various meats skyrocketed. According to the USDA, beef and veal prices soared 9.6%, pork prices upped 6.3% and poultry prices rose 5.6%. Meanwhile, the cost of fresh fruits dropped by 0.8%.

Read: These 16 New Food Companies Are Changing the Way We Eat

Though we know that meat

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Trying To Switch To A Vegan Diet? Here Is Everything You Can Eat, As Suggested By An Expert

Susan S. Johnson

Off late, people have become very conscious of what they are eating or at least have realised its importance ever since the world went into lockdown due to the pandemic. Besides eating healthy, many have even started turning to different diets like veganism where dairy products or any animal produce is strictly prohibited. Many restaurants as well have come up with vegan dishes given the major food trend that is becoming popular by the day. But what should we eat at home?

In case you are planning to give the vegan diet a try thenPreeti Seth, Nutritionist and Cosmetologist

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How to eat like a local in Melbourne, the ‘culinary capital’ of Australia

Susan S. Johnson

The chefs of Melbourne are a proud bunch — and they create dishes that travelers won’t find anywhere else in the world.



a person on a court: Pastries cut with precision at Melbourne's popular Lune Croissanterie.


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Pastries cut with precision at Melbourne’s popular Lune Croissanterie.

They understand food, make the most of the seasonal produce and like to create an experience as much as fine flavors.

From breakfast through closing time, here are five dishes that define the food scene in Australia’s most livable city

Flaky pastry perfection

Forget Paris.

The best croissant in the world, according to many, including the good folks at The New York Times,

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