- Local Harvest
A directory of organic farms that grow and sell food in local areas. Search by farm, farmers markets, restaurants, and grocery.
- Eat Wild
Provides information about the nutritional and environmental benefits of grass-fed meat, eggs, and dairy. Includes a directory of grassfed suppliers.
- Eat Well Guide
Helps consumers locate sustainably raised meats, eggs, and dairy from stores, farms, and restaurants in their local area, or by online order.
- Sustainable Table
Consumer campaign developed by the Global Resource Action Center for the Environment (GRACE). Works to educate consumers and increase demand for sustainable food through awareness campaigns, promotional events, and through offering viable solutions to the factory farm problem.
Provides information on sustainable agriculture, grassfed and organic products, food safety, and the advantages of buying local food.
Alliance for better food and farming that advocates food and agriculture policies and practices that enhance the health and welfare of people and animals, and promote equity.
- Seafood Watch
Consumer's guide to sustainable seafood includes regional printable cards with the latest seafood information to help consumers choose fish that promotes healthy oceans. From the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
- Living and Raw Foods
Provides information, recipes, testimonials, links, message boards, and support for the living and raw vegetarian based food diet.
Group of concerned culinary adventurers making an effort to eat only foods grown within a 100-mile radius of San Francisco.
- eat local challenge
Group blog written by authors who are interested in the benefits of eating food grown and produced in their local foodshed.
- 100 Mile Diet: Local Eating for Global Change
Alisa Smith and James MacKinnon's site describing their experience in eating food only grown within a 100-mile radius of their home.
- Wikipedia: Local Food
Overview of the local food movement, with links to related topics like bioregionalism, sustainable agriculture, and food miles.
- Wikipedia: Cannibalism
Article explores cannibalism, the taboo practice of humans eating other humans, also called anthropophagy.
- Chefs Collaborative
National network of members of the food community who promote sustainable cuisine by celebrating the joys of local, seasonal, and artisanal cooking.
- Calorie Restriction Society
Promoting the concept of improved health and longevity through the restriction of calories.
- Meiwes, Armin (4)
Find sites about Armin Meiwes, the German who acheived notoriety as the Rotenburg Cannibal, after he killed and ate a man he met over the Internet. Sites include personal profile, background, pictures, case study, manslaughter sentence, and articles examining the cannibalism of the Metzgermeister or the Master Butcher, who killed Bernd J?rgen Brandes to eat him.
- Shazzie: Loving and Living in the Raw
Information and advice about the raw and living foods lifestyle from this British raw foods advocate. With events, recipes, news, products, and more.
- Wikipedia: Food Miles
Information about how many miles food travels from production to consumer, and its effect on cost and the environment.
- Optimum Health Institute
Alternative health education featuring a raw and living foods program. Campuses in San Diego and Imperial Beach, California, and Austin, Texas.
Information about the calorie-restricted optimal nutrition (CRON) diet developed by Dr. Roy Walford.