Food Futures: Arctic Seed Vault Adds 100,000 New Varieties
Adding to its existing collection of over 800,000 seeds, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault has just received a series of 4 deliveries representing species from ...
Fungi Farm Prototype Turns Waste Plastic into Edible Treats
Breaking down one of the most difficult types of trash, this incredible working incubator turns sterilized plastic remnants into nutritional biomass humans ...
Urban Transformer: Bus Unfolds into Mobile Fresh Food Market
Bringing healthy and organic fruits and vegetables into low-income areas of Toronto lacking grocery stores, this converted bus is much more than a normal food ...
Big Miss Steak: 10 Eerie Abandoned Meat Packing Plants
As the disconnect between the meat we eat and the places it's processed grows, so does the number of urban and suburban abandoned meat packing plants.
Gruel Britannia: 10 Abandoned Little Chef Restaurants
Serving up American style with British flavor, hundreds of Little Chef roadside restaurants once warmed up the UK's motorways but less than 80 remain today.
Meltdown: 10 Semi-Sweet Abandoned Chocolate Factories
Chocolate factories were once fragrant masters of their delicious domains but many have fallen victim to high costs, cocoa shortages and changing market tastes.
Bucket List: 12 Battered & Abandoned KFC Stores
There are nearly 20,000 KFCs worldwide but success isn't guaranteed. Here are 12 that kicked the bucket when the financial chickens came home to roost.
No Más: 15 Closed, Abandoned & Vacant Taco Bells
Don't make a run for the border, most of Taco Bell's 6,500 fast food restaurants are in the USA... not counting those that have been abandoned.
Live Crabs, Gold Bars & iPods: 18 Weird Vending Machines
Forget crackers and candy bars – you could be buying live lobsters, bike parts, whole heads of lettuce and even freshly baked baguettes with the push of ...
Ghost Food: A Conceptual Taste of the Future of Eating
Drive around any mid-size to large city and you’re destined to find a number of food trucks. In recent years they’ve become almost as ubiquitous as ...