SOURCE: Civil Eats
The scholar discusses researching school lunch policies in the U.S., U.K., and Australia – and in his own household—and how nutrition policy relates to inequality, health, and learning.
by Marcus B. Weaver-Hightower
With the lapsing of pandemic support for expanded school lunches, the nation returns to its historical roots of stigma and stinginess around the feeding of children.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Carla Cevasco
"The formula shortage is not a victory for breastfeeding. It is a calamity for families who, like families throughout history, just want to feed their children."
SOURCE: The Nation
Environmental writer Bill McKibben reviews Mark Bittman's critical look at the rise of industrial food and its human, social and environmental consquences.
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