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What We Can Learn From the California Drought
CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc. and book author
Beyond Food Justice: Healthy Food Choices for All
Writer and founder of newfoodculture.com
Losing Weight Is Too Expensive
Weight loss coach
Losing weight can be expensive if you make certain choices, but it can also be inexpensive. It all depends on your planning and on the choices you make.
Bad News For Chipotle Fans
Eating an Anti-Cancer Diet (Without Breaking the Bank)
Wife. Mother. Writer. Cancer thriver.
While buying all of your groceries at a store like Whole Foods could potentially break the bank
(I love you, WF, and visit your establishment at least once a week, but you are crazy expensive)
, there are other, less costly options.
WATCH: How Much Food Does $5 Buy Around The World?
The True Cost of Industrialized Food
It seems an irresistibly good deal, our 99¢ soda or $1.50 loaf of bread. But these prices represent just a fraction of the true costs of getting that soda and bread into our shopping bags. We pay for the hidden costs of the corporate food supply chain in multiple ways, not all of them financially.
Chewing On The Future of Food
David Katz, M.D.
Founder, True Health Initiative
Our cultural attitudes about the use of our feet and our forks are ill-advised, but not crazy; they always made sense before. For most of human history, calories were relatively scarce and physical activity was unavoidable. Our prevailing inclinations are well-suited to that scenario.
The Coming Food Storm
11 Ways to Reduce Your Food Costs
web's leading resource for all things organic
Being a bit frugal can help us to make more conscious choices, not just for our health, but for the health of our planet, too.
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What the Food Movement Can Learn From OWS This Thanksgiving
Environmental Writer and Conservation Biologist
While OWS protesters may focus on Bank of America and Chase, it is the corporate giants of food and agriculture, such as Monsanto, Nestle and ADM that are the 1% in the food world.
From Fresh Food to French Fries: Great Recession Assails American Eating Habits
Food Banks Find New Ways To Fight Rising Costs, Including Charging For Produce
China Manufacturing Growth Slows On Power Shortages, Inflation Curbs
Is Food Too Cheap?
The Sweet Beet
We have driven costs so far out of the food system that in so doing we have not only driven down nutritional value, but driven out the notion of food being a precious resource.
Ethanol Subsidies: Bipartisan Group Of Senators Calls For Their Expiration
The True Cost -- and Reward -- of Fresh Food: Time Well Spent
Author, 'Fresh From the Farm: A Year of Recipes and Stories"
The usual argument against sustainable food is that it costs too much; but my farm share (which I pay directly to the farmer) is a bargain.
Poverty in America: A Relative Term
President, Bread for the World
Measuring poverty in a way that more accurately reflects today's demands on a family's budget is necessary to ensure that no family is left behind.
Home-Grown Vegetables Grow In Popularity
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