• Food52
    @food52
    food52.com A few years ago, we set out to bring cooks together from all over to exchange recipes and ideas and to support each other in the kitchen. We wanted to create a buzzing place for others who do what we do all day long: talk about food! Together we create cookbooks, take on food projects, help others with our real-time food Q&A—the Food52 Hotline —and support local food producers. Since we started Food52 (we cook 52 weeks a year, get it?), millions of cooks and eaters have found their way to the site. We believe that if you want to eat better, and you want to help change our food system, you need to cook. Maybe not all the time, but some. You don't have to eat local foods every day; you don't have to shop at the farmers market every week. But it's good to try. We're not extremists in a cult of purity, slow-foodness, or locavorosity. We're realists who believe in applying the best aspects of those food movements to our everyday lives.
  • Food Cycle Science
    @food_cycle_science
    Food Cycle Science is the brainchild of three visionary entrepreneurs who decided to bring green technology to the growing problem of food waste disposal. Food Cycle Science's eco-friendly technology is designed to make the composting process easier and quicker, thus greatly reducing the 70 million+ tons of food waste added to landfills each year.
  • Alice Slattery
    @rulet77macedonia
    Food geek. Student. Avid entrepreneur http://rulet77macedonia.com. Music enthusiast. Bacon specialist. Beer practitioner.
  • doctorfeces
    @doctorfeces
    <a href="http://doctorfeces.blog/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Human feces</a> are the solid or semisolid remains of the food that could not be digested or absorbed in the small intestine, but has been rotted down by bacteria in the large intestine. It also contains bacteria and a relatively small amount of metabolic waste products such as bacterially altered bilirubin.
  • RODE Architects
    @RODEArchitects
    RODE Architects is a full-service collaborative design firm led by two LEED Accredited principals and owners, Eric J. Robinson and Kevin S. Deabler. Located in the South End of Boston and founded in 2005, RODE’s flexible design process is enriched by an inherent, tight collaboration with clients. RODE provides a far-reaching range of design services, from site master planning and feasibility surveys to project management and innovative architectural solutions. We are nimble, young and resourceful, and proficient in navigating regulatory approvals in fast changing, inner city neighborhoods. One of RODE’s core competencies is an exceptionally productive working relationship with the BRA, ISD, Health Department, and other authorities. Landmark firm projects like the Bornstein and Pearl Food Production Center, consisting of a 36,000 square foot multi-tenanted food incubator for startup businesses, involved a complex permitting process with the City to allow for the reinvention of an existing industrial building. The Bornstein & Pearl project is the core commercial element within a larger plan to redevelop 4+ acres of vacant land, and bring more than $70 million of investment in affordable housing, commercial development, job creation, job training and youth arts programming to an underserved inner city neighborhood. RODE’s client collaborations include higher education private institutions, developers, business owners, and private individuals. We have a strong record of effectively collaborating with challenging stakeholder groups to push projects through to completion. RODE is the professional fermentation of their unique skills and capabilities.
  • Jeff zadoks
    @jeffzadoks
    Jeff Zadoks has served as a Senior Financial Officer and Vice President in Post Holdings, Inc company. Post Holdings is a goods holdings company and manufacturing the ready to eat products, hot cereal, egg, refrigerated potato, cheese and other dairy cases. The company also manufactures peanut, batter, dried food, and roasting services. This company physically located in United State. Jeff has lots of knowledge about the financial management.He manages the sales and account department.
  • Ogawa Fisher Architects
    @ogawafisherarchitects
    Our spaces are clean, simple and transcend style. Personal Design :: Inside and Out At Ogawa Fisher Architects, our goal is to create a beautiful environment that is the perfect fit for you. We start every project by listening to your wishes and helping you organize your priorities. Our personal, collaborative process ensures that your project is truly custom and carefully tailored to meet your needs and the highest design standards. To ensure an integrated design solution you will enjoy for years to come, our thoughtful, holistic approach considers the entire space and surroundings, short- and long-term goals, as well as neighborhood context, terrain, and site orientation. Throughout each project, we take care to incorporate sustainability and green building principles whenever possible. Ogawa Fisher Architects has extensive experience designing a variety of detail-oriented projects and managing them through construction. We are adept at navigating the complexities of local planning and building agencies, and we relish the challenge of exploring new sites and cities. With our full range of design and client services, you can relax and enjoy the experience, knowing that we are paying close attention to every detail—from the first design sketch until you step into your newly completed space. A multicultural client base inspires us to stay current with local and global trends, while never losing sight of the beauty of clean and timeless design. We find our inspiration in nature, art, music, good design, gorgeous objects, humor, fun, and delicious food.