Foodies Will Buy What’s Sustainable Despite Inflation

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  • Grocery prices are up 10% from a year ago, but some devoted foodies will keep buying organic.
  • About four in 10 consumers who order takeout are willing to spend more on sustainable to-go options.
  • Shoppers expect organic and are increasingly looking to food for how it can boost their wellness.

For some shoppers, there’s no way in kale they’ll stop buying organic. 

A 10% jump in grocery prices in the past year might keep some consumers from reaching for organic carrots or heirloom tomatoes grown without pesticides. But others, especially Gen Zers and millennials concerned about their health and that of the environment, would continue to buy sustainably produced food as long as they could, experts told Insider. 

Surveys conducted in the US and abroad indicated that some consumers continued to prioritize sustainable goods. In the case of what we eat, that means food perceived as

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Skillet Green Curry Chicken – Closet Cooking

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Skillet Green Curry Chicken

A light and tasty Thai style green curry with chicken, bell peppers and sugar snap peas!

Thai style curries are nice and easy to make an just packed with flavour! The basis for a Thai style curry is the curry paste, in this case a green curry paste, along with coconut milk, fish sauce, lime juice, palm sugar, and plenty of fresh herbs. The simple combination and the spicy chili paste, the salty fish sauce, the sour lime juice, and sweet sugar is a magical combination! The curry is filled out with chicken, bell pepper and snap peas and when it’s served over rice is make for full meal that takes almost ni time to make! The fresh green theme of this curry with the green curry paste, green onions, basil, and cilantro is perfect for spring!

Skillet Green Curry Chicken

Skillet Green Curry Chicken

Skillet Green Curry Chicken
Skillet Green Curry Chicken

Skillet Green Curry Chicken

Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 20

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Cabbage Stir Fry – Spend With Pennies

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Cabbage Stir Fry is easy to make and super tasty as a meal or a side dish!

This easy recipe is packed with all the good stuff! Sweet cabbage and carrots, ramen noodles (optional!), and fresh garlic and ginger are all sautéed together to make a healthy dish that goes from the stovetop to the table in minutes!

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A Colorful Cabbage Stir Fry

  • Healthy and delicious, cabbage is both inexpensive and tasty!
  • This dish takes just minutes to make and tastes great making it perfect for weeknight meals.
  • Stir-fries are affordable, filling, and healthy.
  • The whole family will love how versatile this dish is, switch up the ingredients for a new entrée every time.
  • Save time and use a bag or two of pre-packaged slaw that comes with shredded carrots, and often shredded spinach, brussels sprouts, or kale!

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What’s in Cabbage Stir Fry

CABBAGE: Regular cabbage

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Three-quarters of influencers’ social media posts about food and drinks are for unhealthy products

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Most food and drink content posted by German influencers on TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube is so unhealthy it fails World Health Organization (WHO) advertising standards for children, according to new research being presented by Dr. Maria Wakolbinger and Dr. Eva Winzer from the Medical University of Vienna at this year’s European Congress on Obesity (ECO) in Maastricht, Netherlands (4-7 May).

The Austrian researchers analyzed the meals, snacks, and drinks that made an appearance in posts and videos by six of the most popular German-speaking influencers with teenagers aged 13-17 years, with a combined total of more than 35 million followers or subscribers.

They found that 75% of the featured food and drinks were high in salt, fat, or sugar and would not be permitted for marketing to children; and the majority were not clearly signposted as adverts.

Chocolate and sweets were the most commonly featured products

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