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jane_black
Food Writer. Now broadcasting from washington dc
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jane_black Jun 20
Fixing school lunch policy can seem complicated. @thenewfoodeconomy asks if bulk milk dispensers are a cheap, easy way to cut waste.
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jane_black Jun 20
“The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are so certain of themselves and wiser people so full of doubts.” --Bertrand Russell
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Lucy M. Sullivan Jun 19
“Woke-washing” is my new favorite term. Refers to brand campaigns promising to improve the world but companies failing to take real action. H/T
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jane_black Jun 18
yeah, i'm sure enslaved people would especially agree.
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Randi Mayem Singer Jun 16
OMG, we are desensitized to the sound of it, in his voice. But when you READ it, the unfathomable illiteracy, the crutch of banal repetition, the lack of a single complex thought, let alone anything beyond a third grade sentence... it all SCREAMS at you.
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jane_black Jun 18
I got super flustered the first time I met Molly -- in an elevator at a NY hotel. And she said: Oh you're Jane Black. I've always wanted to meet you. Heart. stopped.
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jane_black Jun 18
So very sad to hear that Molly O'Neill died at 66. She was the first food writer I read regularly and an inspiration. \
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Lucy M. Sullivan Jun 15
Still waiting for to respond to this story on study showing the company broke the law and the Code of Marketing by pushing infant formula to poor mothers in Peru.
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Tamar Haspel Jun 13
Jerry Hagstrom () reports that USDA employees of ERS & NIFA stood and turned their backs on as he addressed them about the move to Kansas City. (Jerry, can I post your photo?)
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Tamar Haspel Jun 13
As pointed out, this photo on how ag can sequester carbon features a picture of a farmer tilling a field, which is the thing you stop doing to sequester carbon. The Post is still a great paper, of course.
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Bettina Elias Siegel Jun 12
Replying to @jane_black
And did you see these?
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CSPI Jun 12
Trump orders simpler path for genetically engineered food—story by at on the new executive order:
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jane_black Jun 12
Salad frosting! And I get hate mail for saying the food revolution hasn't done enough.
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Pete Buttigieg Jun 9
Suppressing intelligence on a major threat won’t make it go away. Climate disruption is the mounting global security crisis of our time, and history will judge how we rise to meet this challenge.
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jane_black Jun 8
More coverups. Not enough outrage. via ⁦
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jane_black Jun 7
Terrific overview of seed company aggregation by the wonderful al@DanBarber. Especially happy to see my favorite ⁦⁩ in the piece. via ⁦
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National Press Foundation Jun 7
How can reporters cover food and nutrition policy? and offer tips:
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jane_black Jun 6
You don't have to cook! My new manifesto about how to eat well without turning on the stove.
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jane_black Jun 5
I want to live in Elizabeth Warren’s America. via ⁦
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Tamar Haspel May 31
I am WHOLELY behind the idea that PROCESSED FOOD has been the primary culprit in obesity and related diseases, but that doesn't mean all food TECHNOLOGY is BAD. Some might help save the planet, as points out.
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