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Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

Slow Food Charleston says “it’s time for lunch”

Jul. 3, 2009

As more people across America sign up to organize Eat-Ins for Time for Lunch, we’re hearing some wonderfully creative ideas from organizers.

The leaders of Slow Food Charleston are...

read more... Tags: Event, Farms and Farming, Labeling, Policy, School Food, Take Action


Inside the Soquel Cafeteria: From Homemade Turkey to Burritos in a Bag

Jun. 30, 2009

Deborah Lehmann is an editor of School Lunch Talk, a blog about school food. She is currently studying economics and public policy at Brown University.

Cathy Giannini has been working in the...

read more... Tags: Labeling, Policy, School Food


A Sampler of School Lunch Loopholes

Jun. 25, 2009

Deborah Lehmann is an editor of School Lunch Talk, a blog about school food. She is currently studying economics and public policy at Brown University.

As Congress gears up for this year’s...

read more... Tags: Policy, School Food


When It Comes to Kids, Change Can’t Wait

Jun. 23, 2009

Gordon Jenkins is the Time for Lunch Campaign Coordinator at Slow Food USA

Last week, Michelle Obama made these remarks to a group of fifth-graders who had just harvested 73 pounds of lettuce...

read more... Tags: Event, Farms and Farming, Food Justice, News, Current Event, Policy, School Food


Universal Lunch Poised to Move Beyond Philly

Jun. 16, 2009

by Slow Food USA Interns Alex Tung and Leah Gorham

This week, the front line for getting better food into schools is Philadelphia.

After narrowly escaping the closure of its school breakfast...

read more... Tags: Food Justice, News, Current Event, Policy, School Food


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