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February 28: Food Almanac 2017—is Food Trumped?

The Food Almanac 2017: Are Good, Clean, and Fair Food and Farming Trumped? February 28 6:30 pm Brooklyn Winery 213 North 8th Street, New York, NY Food and farming might seem like afterthoughts in the Trump administration but this week’s … Read More

Long Island Cares Food Truck Success; Get Ready for Congressional Recess; Big Ag Cover-UP; Boulder is Booming for Good Food Entrepreneurs

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Long Island Cares Children’s Breakfast Food Trucks on Target with Annual Goals of Feeding Children in Need The Harry Chapin Food Bank is “right on target having achieved its goal of serving 7,000 children through their mobile children’s breakfast food … Read More

In the News: Slow Food “Give What You Can Day”; May All Americans Eat Good Food; Greenmarket Food Hub Reaches the Bronx; Technology That Tracks Seafood

Slow Food, “Give What You Can,” is September 15th This Thursday, September 15th, is “Give What You Can Day” and, for this day only, you can become a member for one year with Slow Food USA for less (or more!) … Read More

iEat Green Supports the Slow Food Movement and Interviews Filmmaker Costa Boutsikaris about “Inhabit”

Hi All, This month, Slow Food USA is launching their annual membership drive, encouraging everyone who is interested in the Slow Food movement, to come on board and help support the important work that Slow Food USA does. I remember … Read More

iEat Green Interviews Edward Mukiibi, Slow Food International’s Vice President

Hi All, Yesterday I had a great interview with Edward Mukiibi, the young Vice President of Slow Food International. He was here visiting Slow Food USA, and touring some of our urban farms and cities struggling with food issues around … Read More

An Interview with Richard McCarthy, Executive Director of Slow Food USA

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Hi All, First of all, I want to start off this week by apologizing for all of the typos on last weeks newsletter. Something went terribly wrong with our computer program, and it didn’t save all of the changes and … Read More

iEat Green welcomes Kim O’Donnel and Celebrates Terra Madre Day

This week, my guest on the Progressive Radio Network is Kim O’Donnel, author,  journalist and chef.  Kim’s first book, The Meat Lover’s Meatless Cookbook, was published in 2010 and her second book, The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations was just released … Read More


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