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

Why Twenty-Somethings Should Care About School Lunch

Jul. 9, 2009

By Claire Stanford

For many (most?) twenty-somethings like myself, issues like school lunch can be murky and distant. I’m not eating school lunch; nor do I have children who are eating...

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Tray Trends: Bubble-Gum-Flavored Apples, and Other Sights at the SNA Food Show

Jul. 7, 2009

First published on School Lunch Talk. 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.

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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...

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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...

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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...

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