As we dive into the New Year, the Charles Communications team recommits ourselves to sustainability. It is thanks to the many eco-conscious producers and green businesses here in San Francisco that we are fortunate enough to eat in good conscience and do our part to save the earth. This week on All the Swirl, CCA intern Jules Lydon profiles the sustainable “wine pub” in our own Bay Area backyard: Jamber.
In the spirit of summer and all things sustainable, Charles Communications Associates brings you our Green Guide to the Bay, a series of posts that will highlight sustainable producers, organizations, and businesses near our hometown of San Francisco. In this edition, summer intern Jules Lydon interviews Imperfect Produce, a Bay Area company devoted to minimizing food waste by encouraging us to Eat the Ugly! You may have seen Imperfect's clever advertising on busses and billboards throughout the city, but today Jules digs deeper to discuss the importance of community in building a more sustainable food future.
Read on to learn more about how one company is salvaging funky fruit and veg for a greener food system.