Local Fishermen Land the Big One: a Dockside Market
Clare Leschin-Hoar | July 16, 2014 |
What’s Stopping Fishermen from Tackling the Market on Dry Land
A group of local fishermen has been a hit selling live rock crabs, fresh sablefish and tasty California halibut on a narrow dock in Tuna Harbor. But red tape has kept them from setting up shop as a certified seafood market.
Clare Leschin-Hoar | June 18, 2014 |
An Unexpected Casualty in San Diego’s Food Truck Crackdown: Craft Breweries
Amanda Allen | May 7, 2014 |
Why Local Brewers and Farmers Hope the FDA Won’t Go Against the Grain
Clare Leschin-Hoar | April 3, 2014 |
A Bittersweet Reminder About How Confusing Food Regulation Can Be
Clare Leschin-Hoar | March 25, 2014 |
Addressing the Drought With More Than a Drop in the Bucket
Catherine Green | February 26, 2014 |
‘I Just Wasn’t That Stoked on Where the City’s Going’
Jed Sundwall | February 6, 2014 |
City Heights Residents Shouldn’t Be the Last to Know What Replaces Albertsons
Engaging City Heights residents in selecting what business takes Albertsons' place could promote positive feelings of community ownership, resulting in a more loyal customer base. What’s good for the people can be good for business, too.
Felicia Shaw | January 28, 2014 |
Albertsons Closing Means One Less Grocery Store in SD Food Desert
Megan Burks | January 16, 2014 |
A Guide to the First-of-Its-Kind Report on California Food
Curious how San Diego Assmeblywoman Lorena Gonzalez voted on urban agriculture incentive zones, or how Assemblyman Brian Maienschein voted on AB 191, which would increase food access through CalFresh? It's all in a new report.
Clare Leschin-Hoar | January 13, 2014 |
High Tech High Students Want to Fund Meals (and Reels) on Wheels
Students have 45 days to raise $35,000 to fund their Reel Delicious food truck concept. That money will cover the cost of a fully functional used food truck, and the expenses needed to start the business.
Clare Leschin-Hoar | December 10, 2013 |
The Fruits of Providing Cash Incentives for Healthy Eating in San Diego
Randy Dotinga | December 2, 2013 |
Living With ‘Food Insecurity’ in an Era of Abundance
Public health experts and operators of local food pantries are working to alleviate a reality in which many residents of low-income neighborhoods do not know when they will eat their next nutritious meal.
Bianca Bruno | November 27, 2013 |
How an Egg-Centric Amendment Could Hurt San Diego Farmers
San Diego is one of the top five egg-producing counties in the nation. That means a controversial Farm Bill amendment being proposed by an equally controversial Iowa lawmaker could dramatically impact local farmers.