She Has a Chicken Named Hennifer— Jennifer Garner, who genuinely seems like the nicest person in the world, has co-founded an organic kid’s food company called Once Upon A Farm. “Baby food is synonymous with something disgusting, and that makes no sense — we are feeding our actual babies!” Garner is no stranger to food circles, she hangs with Martha Stewart and Ina Garten (among others), and gets in the kitchen herself in her new #PretendCookingShow on Facebook. BYOB— WeWork just banned meat (red meat, poultry, and pork) from their office menus. That means, no meat-based food available at self-serve kiosks in WeWork’s co-working spaces, and no meat served at company events. The "no meat" rule also applies to meals expensed by staffers. "New research indicates that avoiding meat is one of the biggest things an individual can do to reduce their personal environmental impact," said WeWork's co-founder, Miguel McKelvey, in a company-wide memo. Still want a beef burger? You can bring one in. It’s Amazon Prime Day— Food lovers, from eaters to makers, rejoice. Finally— It hasn’t been a great year for salads.