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November 16, 2010
Sustainable Business Oregon: B-Line formally kicks off B-share program

On the heels of news this week about Oregon's higher-than-average hunger rate, B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery formally launched its B-share program in an effort to get more of the city's edible food into the hands of charities and out of landfills. The program, in development for the last three months, taps B-Line's already out-and-about cargo […]

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November 11, 2010
Oregonian: Laurelhurst Whole Foods will get turkeys by bike, to gobble less fuel

Laurelhurst Whole Foods and B-Line: Sustainable Urban Delivery are teaming up to reduce the environmental impact of their holiday turkeys. Order a fresh free-range turkey from Laurelhurst Whole Foods before Jan. 1, and it will travel the mile from B-Line's warehouse to the store in a specially fitted cargo bike. Read the rest...

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November 2, 2010
Sierra Magazine: Bike Program Drives Down Food Waste

For many Americans, November begins a string of waistline-expanding holidays that make America's waste problem (about 25% of our prepared food ends up in the garbage) seem even more pronounced. So we were happy to learn that one Oregon company is keeping edibles out of the landfill and promoting healthy, green transportation at the same […]

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October 29, 2010
Good: B-Shares: A Bicycle Delivery Service That Helps Feed the Hungry

Oregon has been ranked among the hungriest states by the USDA for years. It's not that the state doesn't grow enough food, though. The problem is transportation. Food kitchens and nonprofits often don't have the resources to collect surplus bread and vegetables from local grocers, restaurants, and farmers' markets. Read the rest....

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October 29, 2010
Good: B-Shares: A Bicycle Delivery Service That Helps Feed the Hungry

Oregon has been ranked among the hungriest states by the USDA for years. It's not that the state doesn't grow enough food, though. The problem is transportation. Food kitchens and nonprofits often don't have the resources to collect surplus bread and vegetables from local grocers, restaurants, and farmers' markets. Read the rest...

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October 25, 2010
Sustainable Business Oregon: Whole Foods, B-Line team for holiday drive

The Whole Foods Market on East Burnside Street announced Monday that it will partner with B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery to deliver Thanksgiving turkeys by pedal while supporting B-Line's efforts to get surplus food into the hands of food-assistance nonprofit agencies. In past years, Whole Foods Market Laurelhurst ordered its turkeys and stored them in a […]

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October 25, 2010
Sustainable Business Oregon: Whole Foods, B-Line team for holiday drive

The Whole Foods Market on East Burnside Street announced Monday that it will partner with B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery to deliver Thanksgiving turkeys by pedal while supporting B-Line's efforts to get surplus food into the hands of food-assistance nonprofit agencies. In past years, Whole Foods Market Laurelhurst ordered its turkeys and stored them in a […]

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October 14, 2010
B-Line featured on KOIN Local 6

B-Line is featured as a Next Generation Award winner by Ken Boddie of KOIN Local 6

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October 11, 2010
FOX 12: Tricycles Help Dry Cleaners Clip Eco Impact

Two local companies have teamed up to reduce their carbon footprint while helping customers look their best. B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery uses adult tricycles to make deliveries for more than a dozen companies throughout downtown Portland. Last week, Beaverton-based Eco Dry Cleaner partnered up with B-Line to have the delivery service handle the majority of […]

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October 4, 2010
B-Line Takes Bike Delivery to the (Eco Dry) Cleaners

Media Contacts Carolyn Holland Director of Marketing & Publicity B-Line Sustainable Urban Delivery 503.360.4409 [email protected] DJ Widmer VP, Sales and Marketing Eco Dry Cleaner 503.880.6868 [email protected] Press Release: B-Line Takes Bike Delivery to the (Eco Dry) Cleaners PORTLAND, Ore. – October 6, 2010 - Eco Dry Cleaner, Portland’s greenest dry cleaner announced today that they […]

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