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Weekly digest: Sunday, February 26

Favorites from February: LOVE the ripples created by Chipotle’s airing of their so-well-done “Back to the Start” ad during the grammys. Grist discusses: http://grist.org/factory-farms/ad-nauseum-did-chipotles-grammy-ad-scare-big-ag/ Check out Chemical Cuisine, new resource (and app) from the Center for Science in the Public … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Saturday, November 26th

Lots of action over the past two weeks. Enjoy: Congress blocks overhaul to school lunch program, meaning pizza still counts as a vegetable. Really says something about this country’s priorities… http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/us/politics/congress-blocks-new-rules-on-school-lunches.html?_r=2 Recap of Matthew Wise’s food startup meetup last week, … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Friday, November 11th

Favorites from the past two weeks: An iPhone app to help you eat better? I just don’t really want to take pictures of everything I eat. Does anyone? http://techcrunch.com/2011/11/01/the-eatery-a-photo-app-that-promises-to-improve-your-health/ Soccer mom on a nutrition mission: Have we “programmed kids to … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Sunday, October 30th

Recent favorites. I absolutely LOVE the first item, a blog post from Tipsy Turnip. Worth reading. Awesome recap of a year eating organic at under $6 per day http://tipsyturnip.blogspot.com/2011/10/end-reflections-on-eating-fresh-local.html Is your Halloween candy is keeping the child slave trade in … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Friday, October 14th

Highlights from the past two weeks: If you don’t have a Nature subscription, this Grist post gives a great summary on a new study showing we can feed 10 billion people without destroying the planet: http://www.grist.org/population/2011-10-13-we-can-feed-10-billion-of-us-study-finds-but-it-wont-be-easy Incubator farms provide training … Continue reading

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Weekly digest: Sunday, October 2nd

Back from my wedding and honeymoon and excited to kick off a new school year! Here are some of my favorite recent food articles and blog posts. Enjoy. Junk food isn’t really as cheap as it seems…. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/25/opinion/sunday/is-junk-food-really-cheaper.html?_r=2&pagewanted=all The social … 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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