Monthly Archives: September 2011

Childhood Obesity Bay Area: how to reverse the trajectory

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of volunteering at Slow Food San Francisco’s first annual Childhood Obesity Bay Area Conference at the Commonwealth Club. The conference featured two truly illuminating keynote speeches from Dr. Alan Greene and Dr. David Kessler. … Continue reading

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Edible Education 101: Carlo Petrini on The Global Food Movement

Carlo Petrini, founder and president of the international Slow Food movement, kicked off the much-anticipated Edible Education 101 lecture series at UC Berkeley this Tuesday. Given all the hype around the series (the ~300 free public tickets for this lecture … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Thursday, September 1st

Running a bit late this week but hope you enjoy. I’ll be taking the next two weeks off for vacation, but hope to resume sharing my favorite food articles in late September. Anna Lappe strikes out at Nina Federoff’s New … Continue reading

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