Weekly Link Roundup – July 15

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Happy reading!   Midwest Good Food The Publican Names New Executive Chef As Brand Faces Expansions, Chicago Eater O’Hare Upgrade: Publican Tavern Arriving July 26 At Airport, Chicago Eater Feast At the Farm: A Farmer, a Baker, a Brewer and a Chef, Forbes Bow Truss’ […]

Weekly Link Roundup – July 8

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Enjoy!   Midwest Good Food To meet booming tofu demand, Edgewater-based Phoenix Bean plans $1.7 million expansion (Phoenix Bean is a graduate of FamilyFarmed’s Good Food Business Accelerator), Chicago Tribune A Tale of Ten Acres – UNFI’s Agrarian Journey of Soil health, UNFI City Farm Chicago Aspires […]

Weekly Link Roundup – July 1

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Have a safe and happy Fourth of July holiday!   Midwest Good Food Impact Engine raises $10 million fund, ends accelerator, Chicago Tribune New tool by SPINS and IRI to give natural channel retailers ‘unprecedented advantage’, Food Navigator How consumer demand is resurrecting ancient grains […]

Weekly Link Roundup – June 24

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Enjoy!   Midwest Good Food Thanks to MightyVine, You Can Have Local Tomatoes, 365 Days a Year, Modern Farmer Organic, healthy baby food, Crain’s Chicago Restaurant, Kankakee Farm, Fooditor The Chewing Podcast, Episode 10: GMO Yo or No, Soundcloud A Sustainable Farm Rises from the […]

Weekly Link Roundup – June 17

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Enjoy!   FamilyFarmed in the News ConAgra’s new Chicago headquarters is getting final touches before move starts June 23, Omaha.com Midwest Good Food ‘Locally Laid’: A Humorous Memoir To Cure You Of Farming Fantasies, NPR How Chicago preps vacant land for farms, Chicago Farm Report […]

Weekly Link Roundup – June 10

Here’s the best Good Food news we’ve read this week. Enjoy!   FamilyFarmed in the News    Kitchen to Grocery Store: What Makes a Food Startup Work?, Wharton University Farming in Flux – Family farms are disappearing, even as restaurants look to source better ingredients. Can agriculture and foodservice help save each other?, QSR Magazine   Midwest […]