Name one thing you can do for the Food System

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Andrew Gunther

    Change Food

    I think the one thing folks can do if they want to move the food system in a different direction is understand where their food comes from, get involved in their food and make decisions based on what their personal preferences are. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Anna Lappé

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    Well I believe that one of the things we can realistically do, we must realistically do to change the food system is make sure that food workers are being paid a fair wage and given jobs with decent benefits. When you think about the irony that some of the most underpaid, the most hungry people in our country are themselves workers in the food chain – that to me is irony that we have to fix and once we put more resources into the pockets of food workers, we’ll be … Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Danielle Nierenberg

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    One thing that we can all do to really change the food system and work together for a better and more sustainable food system is to really recognize and value the work of women food producers around the world. Women make up nearly half of the world’s farm labor and yet they’re universally ignored by extension services, research institutions and funding organizations. Support your local women farmers wherever you are. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Danny Meyer

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    All responsibility feels like preaching, but when quality, and responsible farming, and responsible animal husbandry, and responsible environmental practices meet hedonism and pleasure, there’s just no stopping it. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Nikiko Masumoto

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    My dream to remake the food system really asks each individual to do the most radical thing they can think of – whether it’s changing their individual eating habits, buying habits, cooking habits; whether it’s running for office – foodies, running for Congress – to change our political system. I just think that if everyone did something that scared them, we would have real change. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Stefanie Sacks

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    Very simply what we can realistically do to change the food system is worry about ourselves and making better choices at home for ourselves and our families. That’s what we can do, and we can talk to our kids about food. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Stephen Ritz

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    Steve says: One thing that we need to change in the food system is to open our hearts, open our eyes, open our minds, and extend a hand. We need a hand up and not a hand out. I want people to walk with me and work with me. What we need is people to come together and realize this is our moment. We can change the way we eat. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Stephen Reily

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    One of the things we have to do is realize we’re all in it together. Sometimes we actually feel like one solution is the only answer, and someone else thinks their solution is the only answer. The good news and the bad news is we need all the solutions, and we all have to recognize and appreciate that with each other, it’s going to take all of us working together. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Tom Colicchio

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    One thing that we can all do to help change the food system is just educate ourselves about what’s out there, what alternatives are out there. And also, I’m a true believer that we need to work from the bottom up but also from the top down and we have to address some of these issues on a policy level. Read More

  • Name one thing you can do for the Food System – Dana Cowin

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    Twenty percent of all fruits and vegetables in America go to waste – just because they’re imperfect. That is something we can change by asking for it, eating it and sharing it. Read More