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Foreign Policy’s Food Issue May 9, 2011

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Foreign Policy Magazine’s May/June issue is focused on food.  From the politics of food to an argument for the world’s ability to feed a growing population, the online articles are worth checking out. Particularly controversial is a new study from Banerjee and Duflo who challenge the idea that there really are 1 billion people suffering from hunger.

The New Geopolitics of Food by Lester R. Brown

How Food Explains the World by Joshua Keating

More Than 1 Billion People Are Hungry in the World by Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo

Can the World Feed 10 Billion People? by Raj Patel

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  • Crop Mobs attract landless farmers. – NYT
  • FoodNYC has a Blueprint for a Sustainable Food System – FoodNYC
  • Video tips for removing toxins from your kitchen – The Delicious Truth
  • Is the food stamp challenge ingenious or inappropriate? – Change.org
 

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  • Target stops selling farmed salmon in favor of sustainable wild-caught fish – PR Newswire
  • School produce stand feed families in Oakland – Civil Eats
  • 18.5% of Americans can’t afford enough food – FRAC
  • Salami recalled after 137 people are sickened by Salmonella – Food Politics
 

Link Break 1/25/10 January 25, 2010

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  • Whole Foods offers employee discounts based on BMI – Jezebel
  • New greenhouse design extends Minnesota growing season – Cooking Up a Story
  • Hard times for dairy farmers ends in tragedy – Times Union
  • GM Corn genes found in “soil animals” – Organic Consumers