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Photos: Dîner en Blanc Vancouver 2016

This year's event attracts a sold-out crowd of 6,000 guests

Loren Taves | The Farmer

People

How one Abbotsford farmer sells what he sows

Tens of billions of dollars worth of food is wasted each year. A look at what this farmer is trying to do to stem his losses

The Weekender

5 hot ice cream parlours in Vancouver

Ice cream shops are all grown up now, offering specialties including vegan, churned-to-order, nitrogen-infused, feature sundaes and local seasonal ingredients

Peter Cech | Metro Vancouver

Lifestyle

How to save 30,000 eggs a day

A new program by Metro Vancouver hopes to change the way residents view food waste

Dave Wilson | Choices

Retail

Why Choices Market wants customers to buy less

Dave Wilson and his Vancouver grocery chain lead the charge for net zero organic waste

bcbusiness+ Sunshine Coast Tourism

Experience the beauty of the brew through the BC Ale Trail project

Set to launch in October 2016, this new project invites beer and outdoor enthusiasts alike for a one-of-a-kind experience

Blair Rasmussen

Lifestyle

Feeding the multitudes, with minimal waste

Blair Rasmussen balances quality and efficiency at one of B.C.’s biggest and busiest kitchens

Pete Schouten

Tech & Science

How the Hardbite makers repurpose imperfect potatoes

From his chip factory to his biogas plant, Pete Schouten finds the best use for every potato

Loren Taves

People

Waste not want not: Building a better food chain

Tens of billions of dollars worth of food is wasted each year. A look at what five B.C. businesses are trying to do to stem the losses

The Weekender

5 behind-the-scene tours of B.C. wineries

Get a taste of how grapes are grown and wine is made in the Okanagan

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