Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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#LoveUglyFood

F&W editor-in-chief Dana Cowin isn’t the only one campaigning for us to #LoveUglyFood: @UglyFruitAndVeg food activist Jordan Figueiredo and nutritionist Stefanie Sacks are out to save the world, one piece of "undesirable" produce at a time. 

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Do-Gooders

This past May, F&W Best New Chef and co-owner of Philadelphia restaurants Fork and High Street on Market Eli Kulp sustained a serious spinal cord injury in an Amtrak derailment. Kulp is currently in recovery but the medical expenses are steep—which is why friends, family and other members of the industry are helping support him through a GoFundMe campaign and fundraising events.

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Once a hotbed for acquaculture, the New York Harbor was dubbed the oyster capital of the world. But now, due to overharvesting, dredging and pollution, NYC oysters are functionally extinct. Enter The New York Harbor School’s Billion Oyster Project. 

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Do-Gooders

Cocktails and bike riding do not go together (aside from the very real safety considerations, the water bottle clip doesn’t hold a martini glass too well). But on June 2, one charitable ride will merge the two passions in honor of Negroni Week.

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Do-Gooders

F&W editor in chief Dana Cowin is on a campaign to get us all to curb food waste by embracing ugly-but-delicious foods that would otherwise get thrown away. (Follow her efforts and join the conversation with the hashtag #LoveUglyFood). Now, a new documentary puts a spotlight on this food world trend.

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Do-Gooders

Writer Francis Lam explores the Chesapeake with the cousins behind Rappahannock Oyster Co.

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Faced with a of 4,500-case surplus of fresh squash, a North Carolina prison that’s also a working farm just made a huge fall produce donation to the needy. 

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Prisons across the country are introducing farm programs to help teach inmates about nutrition, growing food and related life-skills. 

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Do-Gooders

These kids are busy figuring out how to feed hungry children around the world, fight child slavery and get rid of Styrofoam.

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