Top 10 Tweeters On Sustainable Food


Who is driving and shaping the food conversation in the Twittersphere? The Guardian Sustainable Business published a list of Twitter accounts on food issues that you should definitely follow!


Reblogged from The Guardian Sustainable Business :

To celebrate the launch of the Guardian Sustainable Business‘ new food blog, we’ve assembled a list of ten writers, campaigners and organisations that are leading the food conversation on Twitter.(…)

Of course there will be many worthy candidates we have missed out so please do leave your suggestions in the comments section below.


#1: A Girl Called Jack, ‏@MsJackMonroe

Anti poverty campaigner for @OxfamGB & @CPAGUK.@Guardian food and politics columnist. @Mumsnet blogger.@PenguinBooksUK author – out in Feb 2014!

#2: Dan Crossley, ‏@dan_crossle

Exec Director at Food Ethics Council. Interested in getting fairness into our food. Also @frombabies Trustee & supporter of @DuchenneCT.


 #3: CSPI, ‏@CSPI

CSPI is a strong advocate for nutrition and health, food safety, and sound science. Publishes Nutrition Action Healthletter.

#4: Beth Hoffman, ‏@BethFoodAg

Food. Agriculture. Sustainability. The little guy. Prof at@USFCA, blogger @Forbes + freelance radio journalism too.

#5: Food Tank, ‏@Food_Tank

Food Tank: The Food Think Tank! Co-Founders@DaniNierenberg & @EllenGustafson. Weekly

#6: Josh Viertel, ‏@JoshViertel

Farmer. Fisherman. Activist. Musician. Changing food and farming in the US because good, clean, fair food is not a privilege, it is a universal right.


#7: Jonathan Bloom, ‏@WastedFood

Journalist, speaker, consultant, leftover lover, food waste lamenter


#8: Anna Lappe, ‏@annalappe

Mom, author, sustainable food advocate, food mythbuster

#9: Love Food Hate Waste, ‏@LFHW_UK

Love Food Hate Waste raises awareness of the environmental and economic impact of food waste and provides tips and recipes to reduce food waste and save money

#10: SusFoodTrust, ‏@SusFoodTrust

A global voice for the Sustainable Food Movement, founded by Patrick Holden. Discussing transition to a sustainable food future


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