Seth Johnson, Art & Design
2:00-2:10pm | Houston Cole Library, 11th Floor
Food waste in America has become a significant issue through the years. Almost 40% of all food in the United States is wasted each year, equating to 130 billion meals and more than $408 billion. MoonBerry Farms’ goal is to combat that waste and educate people on a better way to mange the food they purchase or grow in a garden. People can learn the skill of canning fruits, vegetables, and more inside the canning cookbook. Moonberry farms also offers pre-canned foods with a longer shelf life than many competitors. Moonberry also encourages the recycling of all jars and packaging. Moonberry is intended to be people’s first step to better managing the food they purchase.
student research, art
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Art and Design
Trotter, Caycie, "MoonBerry Farms" (2023). JSU Student Symposium 2023. 53.