The grocery giant is salvaging 150 tons of food waste per day.
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The co-founder of L.A. Green Grounds gives a Ted Talk on bolstering the community with edible gardens.
Will White Girl Salsa, pre-natal Gatorade, and bee-less honey become the trends of the future?
His new venture comes on the heels of other chef-driven, plant-based concepts opening that also serve cocktails.
We like these guys much better when they're giving food away instead of banning it.
L.A.'s embrace marks the third and biggest city to stand with the movement.
Activists will send the store business as a reward, while giving you free ice cream to get you there.
Chef Darby Aldaco is ditching the frozen veggie burgers to make his own.
LAUSD will phase out Styrofoam containers and lunch trays as a result.
Every Tuesday, the meat-free will have two meat-free Mexican options.
An earlier approach failed in three weeks, so this time the Southland Farmers Market Association was brought in to organize.
It's a first for the 42-year-old restaurant.
Chef Kajsa Alger says, "I am semi-obsessed with the [escape] story."
A county-wide ban on single use plastic bags won't extend to the produce section.
L.A. City Council considers a city-wide ban on the bags, while an anonymous critic bashes shopping cart safeguards.
The company adds four zero-emissions vehicles to deliver throughout the city.
The even has come under fire from the Department of Alcohol Beverage Control.
Time to take grandpa off the bear claws.
The agency wants the cheery lap-band commercials to change their tune, insisting they skip the serious side of the risky surgery.
S. Irene Virbila looks at five places to get your small plates on, while Andrew Froug maps out the bubbling ramen scene.