Jonathan Bloom
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Jonathan Bloom is a journalist, consultant and thought leader on the topic of food waste. Jonathan wrote the book American Wasteland and created the site Wasted Food. He regularly speaks and consults on the subject of wasted food. A Boston native and food waste warrior, Jonathan now lives Durham, N.C., with his wife, two sons and many, many containers for leftovers. He serves on the Food Tank Advisory Board.

Maria Finn: Rethinking Our Relationship with Art, Food, and the Sea

Autodesk 2014 artist-in-residence Maria Finn discusses her art, her food, and the ocean’s role in both.

Will France Mainstream “le doggy-bag”?

The French take their food seriously—and now, this spring’s significant cultural and political shifts have confirmed they don’t look too kindly on wasting it.

Reclaimed Gourmet: 5 Takeaways from NYC’s WastED

Five takeaways on the phenomenon that was WastED (#WastEDny) from food waste expert Jonathan Bloom.

NYT Talks Trash—And That’s a Great Thing

The New York Times is talking trash—food trash. This week’s Food section features three compelling, informative pieces on food waste.

Five Questions with Jonathan Bloom, Author of American Wasteland

Food Tank recently had the opportunity to speak with with Jonathan Bloom, author of American Wasteland, who was one of the speakers at the 2015 Food Tank Summit

GOBBLE Your Way to a Waste-free Turkey Day

It’s time we stop this Turkey Day tomfoolery– Jonathan Bloom gives a handy acronym to help you trim the waste from your Thanksgiving meal!