The history of science shows us over and over again that, in order for any species to survive, it needs to be able to adapt to changing environments. The same, of course goes for business. For me, in essence, this is what sustainable business means – how we adapt and position ourselves in order to survive when resources are becoming scarcer by the day and consumers more demanding by the minute.
Kroger is telling its customers in stores inside the city of Cincinnati that it will no longer carry single-use plastic bags as of June 1, a month before the city’s ban takes effect. “In cooperation with the City of Cincinnati’s Plastic Bag Ban, and as part of our Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initaitives, we’re no longer offering single-use plastic bags as of June 1, 2021,” a sign at the entrance of the Queen City Kroger in Spring Grove Village says.
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On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg,” Dani interviews Barton Seaver, a chef, author, educator, and leading expert on seafood literacy and sustainable seafood. Then she talks with Dennis Bagneris, CEO of Liberty’s Kitchen in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Dani and Barton discuss seafood literacy and what chefs and consumers should know about the differences between types of seafood, how to prepare and serve them, and humans’ relationships to seafoods’ environments.
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