Category: Social Justice

  • EAT Lancet

    Yesterday Change Food was present at the United Nations for the EAT-Lancet Commission’s launch of their new report “Food Planet Health: Healthy Diets from Sustainable Food [...]

  • A Trip to “The Daily Table”

    In the United States, about 40 percent of food gets thrown away every year. Meanwhile, one in eight Americans are considered to be food insecure, meaning they lack reliable [...]

  • How 400 Students and a Haunted Garden Built the Latest CNN Hero

    If you flicked to CNN this past weekend, you might have seen a familiar-looking guy. If you don’t know, now you know: It was Tony Hillery! Tony was named this week’s CNN [...]

  • The Fluidity of Healthy Food

    Where it Flows (And Where It Doesn’t) Having just finished reading Hillbilly Elegy by J.D. Vance, I couldn’t banish from my mind the author’s observations about the [...]

  • Fathers in Food Justice: Catching Up with Sam Polk

    Happy Father’s Day! At Change Food Fest 2016, we actually had a lot of dads speaking. These guys are the greatest – Really, can you imagine hanging out with Tony Hillery [...]

  • TIME’s 100 Influence the Good Food Movement

    From the Change Food Editorial Team The April issue of TIME Magazine announces The 100 Most Influential People of 2016-17. At Change Food HQ we gave it a look, because few [...]

  • The Secret Ingredient for Ending World Hunger – Q&A with Raj Patel

    Raj Patel is a writer, activist, and academic who has travelled far and wide to chart the food movement, its heroes, and its opponents. His deep understanding of the forces [...]

  • Food Co-ops for Social Justice

    Food cooperatives impact communities in ways that go beyond food. Right now, over 45,000 co-ops in the country are providing low cost, healthy food to its members. These [...]