Monthly Archives: November 2010
The Senate just voted 74 Yes to 25 No in favor of the cloture vote. This means that S.510, aka The Food Modernization Act, will move forward in the Senate for a vote by the end of the week, possibly … Continue reading
“It’s this opportunity or we lose it” – Rep George Miller, referring yesterday to the Child Nutrition Act. Today 32 million children will line up in school cafeterias across the nation. Right now, underfunding means that the people filling our … Continue reading
Alex Mulcahy of Grid Magazine, one of our Terra Madre delegates, recently published this piece on his experience at Terra Madre and Salone del Gusto in the December 2010 issue.
WHYY did a piece with Marilyn Anthony of PASA and High View Farm owners Linda Geren and Michael McKay on the topic of humanely raising animals and getting the most out of the less popular cuts of meat. » Click … Continue reading
The Slow Food International founder and president Carlo Petrini has a very exacting definition of globalization. It’s not using Romanian milk to make Italian cheese. His firm retort to anyone who calls that globalization: “tutte balle” (all lies)! His food-focused … Continue reading