Jenna Blumenfeld

Senior Food Editor, Delicious Living

Posts by Jenna Blumenfeld

Comedian John Oliver puts food waste into perspective

Comedian and social commenter John Oliver tackles the issue of food waste on his show, Last Week Tonight....More

How Hampton Creek’s new ad encourages food innovation

Hampton Creek, makers of plant-based mayo and baked goods, wrote a slew of letters to improve the food industry—and they’re addressed to you....More

How we chose the winners & finalists for the 2015 Best Bite Awards

Choosing the winners and finalists for the Best Bite Awards is always a challenge. This year, we were blown away by the quality of nominations from....More

Patagonia supports food transparency, GMO labeling

Food transparency isn’t an issue exclusive to the natural industry—it’s important to all brands that are founded upon sustainable and transparent....More

What's the deal with added flavoring?

Why do dried blueberries need added flavoring? The Dorito Effect, a new book by journalist Mark Schatzker, examines why so many packaged foods....More

How mainstream brands bow to shopper demands

Natural values are rubbing off on these conventional companies—and it's a step in the right direction....More

Consumer Reports shouldn't sweep "natural" under the rug

A new campaign by Consumer Reports aims to eliminate the term "natural" from all food labels. This is an unsustainable and knee-jerk solution....More

The problem with lab research we didn't know existed

The NIH recently addressed the gender bias in animal studies. The time to remedy this inequality is long overdue....More

Can supplements be transparent when going non-GMO?

Supplements are notoriously difficult to certify as non-GMO. But education throughout the verification process builds trust and transparency....More

When to take your supplements

When you choose to take your daily doses of vitamins and supplements is likely governed more by convenience than anything else. But this infographic....More

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