If you think good sustainable food has to be crunchy and boring, think again. The Good Food Awards has been proving that idea wrong for the past few years. And if you are a small food producer who makes "good" foods, this is the competition for you.
I got to judge good beer last year alongside Michael Pollan (pictured below), and that was pretty epic!
The Good Food Awards celebrate the kind of food we all want to eat: tasty, authentic and responsible. They grant awards to outstanding American food producers who excel in taste and sustainability, together with the farmers who provide their ingredients. In its first year, over 30,000 people participated in the Good Food Awards Marketplace, Ceremony and festivities. Now in its second year, it has already received 926 entries for beer, charcuterie, cheese, chocolate, coffee, pickles, preserves and spirits.
And just to show you how great the food can be, I even used a few of the recipes for my Green Wine Guide here at TreeHugger. Look at this good food!