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Ricky Ashenfelter

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Reduce and Recover: Harvard's Save Food for People Conference

Ricky AshenfelterJul 27, 2016

Last month, the Harvard Law School, along with the U.S. EPA, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP), and RecyclingWorks Massachusetts, hosted an event called Reduce and...

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Spoiler Alert Joins Techstars Boston, Growing Team, Targeting Expansion

Ricky AshenfelterFeb 24, 2016

Our team is pleased to announce that Spoiler Alert is one of fourteen companies accepted into the spring cohort of Techstars Boston, one of the leading startup accelerator programs in the world.

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5 Biggest Environmental Concerns for Grocery Shoppers and What Retailers Can Learn

Ricky AshenfelterDec 11, 2015

Over the past two weeks, global leaders have met in Paris for COP21 to discuss how the world can address climate change. Yet a Harris Poll study from Sealed Air shows that the biggest...

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3 Takeaways From the MA Food System Plan

Ricky AshenfelterOct 30, 2015

The Massachusetts food system employs more than 420,000 people via 12,000 farms and food businesses. 

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Spoiler Alert discusses MassChallenge on NBC's NECN

Ricky AshenfelterSep 15, 2015
In late June, the Spoiler Alert team began participation in MassChallenge, a leading international startup accelerator program based in Boston's Seaport District that supports entrepreneurs of...
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Boston Food Policy: Interview with Harvard's Food Law & Policy Clinic

Ricky AshenfelterApr 26, 2015

Last month, the Boston Food Policy Council and Mayor’s Office of Food Initiatives convened a meeting of various city stakeholders around the topic of “Tackling Boston Area Food Policy Issues”.


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Mapping the Largest Sources of Food Waste in Massachusetts

Ricky AshenfelterMar 7, 2015

Massachusetts is at the forefront of addressing food waste in America. Last year, the state passed monumental legislation – effective as of October 2014 – that bans commercial operations from...

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