Recently, I learned about a new industry conference in Puerto Rico — led by Carlos Cobian, an accomplised events producer — called Agrohack whose mission is to “propel agriculture as a sustainable source of growth and economic development.”
Many of Puerto Rico’s new generation of innovators and thinkers are gathering in San Juan this weekend for Agrohack, a specialist conference that will bring together for the first time the island’s food growers, sellers, chefs and consumers.
Las finalistas de AccessLatina comprenden un grupo ecléctico y diverso de empresarias latinas en las industrias STEAM (Ciencia, Tecnología, Ingeniería, Artes, y Matemáticas), la innovación social y la agricultura urbana.
Cleanses have an instant allure, promising to expunge years of bad habits with a few days of asceticism. But what happens after the delivery of thrice-daily, portion-controlled meals or juice fasting ends? Helping you track down the nearest juice bar, vegan, or gluten-free restaurants in fourteen U.S. cities.
When you're more likely to pass a fast food restaurant on the street than anything else, it's hard to make smart choices. In theory you'll just walk right by those fried food hot spots, but when you're hungry it's difficult to resist temptation. Wouldn't it be nice if there was a way you could know where all of the good-for-you options near you were?
Whether you need to recharge after your spin class or want an easier way to meet your daily vegetable intake, Green Hopping has you covered! Rather than hunting down a green juice bar left to your own devices—the app does all the hard work for you by rounding up all of the nearest options.
Apps There is a variety of free programs available at the App store that target all of your health and wellness needs. Out and about and looking for a nutritious bite to eat? Download Greenhopping, which provides a list of juice spots and healthy eateries in your area.
Feast on Good’s monthly dinner series, The Feast Worldwide Dinner, quite literally means a guaranteed evening of amazing food, great people and inspirational conversations. Last month’s theme was “play” and this month, it’s all about fruits, veggies and healthy living.
The new Green Hopping App allows you to find the nearest spots for juice bars, and natural, raw and organic foo. We have apps telling us where the nearest Starbucks, cheap bar, or latest pop-up truck stop is parked. But what about an app that helps us encourage a healthy lifestyle?
Even if you're not the type to commit to a full-on cleanse, you've probably got a deli near your apartment that does a killer carrot-orange-beet-what-have-you. But, what are you supposed to do when you're in an unfamiliar neighborhood and have a hankering for some puréed kale (#firstworldproblems)?
We're really thankful for the people that got their creative juices flowing and started GreenHopping, an app that locates the closest green juice bars and plant-based food spots nearest to you. Though the app started in New York, it expanded to 13 other cities in the US--so next time you need a quick pick-me-up and don't want to resort to the nearest hot dog cart, you're totally covered.
Come July, you may find it much easier to find green juice on business trips to Chicago and weekend jaunts to Miami. That’s because Greenhopping, the first app to map out green juice purveyors, is expanding its reach on June 30 to include 10 major markets: New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Dallas, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, and New Jersey (the only non-city).
GreenHopping seeks to connect consumers with healthy, plant-based eateries. They accomplish this by placing all vegan, raw, gluten-free and vegetarian restaurants, as well as juice bars and smoothie bars, on an electronic map for consumers to locate via a GPS mobile app or the internet.