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13 February 2016
“Bringing Diverse Voices to Your Table,” an essay by Karen Karp, founder and president of Karen Karp & Partners, is featured in the Jan-Feb issue of Trade & Industry Development Magazine. In the column, Karen discusses how planning and implementation of last November’s City Harvest Leadership Summit in New York City included many panelists and...
13 February 2016
“Food Waste,” the ninth episode of “How Great Cities Are Fed,” a monthly talk show about urban food systems, hosted by Karen Karp & Partners founder/president Karen Karp with Ben Kerrick and airing on the Heritage Radio Network, focuses on the role of the middlemen in food distribution, and is now available for streaming or...
8 December 2015
“Retailer,” the new episode of How Great Cities Are Fed, is now available for streaming on the Heritage Radio Network here. In this segment, Karen Karp and Ben Kerrick of Karen Karp & Partners explore the specifics of food retail in NYC and how the retail environment has changed over the past century. Guests on...
24 October 2015
The following article, “How Do Baby Carrots Come to Be?” was written by Karen Karp and published in Food+City magazine. As you may have suspected, baby carrots are not really babies. Baby carrots, more accurately called baby-cut carrots (as a true “baby carrot” is simply an immature carrot), are a relatively recent innovation, dating back only...
1 October 2015
Karen Karp, founder and president of Karen Karp & Partners, was interviewed for a short film called “Farm Bill: No Food Aid, No Problem?” for the InsideOut PTV network. In the film, Karen discusses the decision by the US House of Representatives to pass a version of the new farm bill that excludes the food...
1 October 2015
“The Middlemen,” the seventh episode of “How Great Cities Are Fed,” a monthly talk show about urban food systems, hosted by Karen Karp & Partners founder/president Karen Karp with Ben Kerrick and airing on the Heritage Radio Network, focuses on the role of the middlemen in food distribution, and is now available for streaming or...