In the second half of 2023, we continued to highlight food policies around the world and local organizations and individuals doing important work in food systems. We focused on child nutrition through pieces on nutrition education in schools, food marketing to children, nutrition education programs for children and families, and universal free school meal programs. We explored issues around climate, sustainability, food access, and food waste, both locally and globally. We featured individuals and programs that bring communities together with food, and we discussed equity and diversity in food systems. Below is a recap of all the original pieces we have published from July through December, 2023.
- Hunter College President Hosts CUNY Chancellor and Food Bank for NYC CEO on Purple Apron Food Pantry Tour
- CookShop Provides Nutrition Education to Elementary School Children and Families (nycfoodpolicy.org)
- Interview with Susana Camarena, Senior Director of Impact and Culture and Head of the Tacombi Foundation
- Interview with Natasha Pernicka, The Alliance for a Hunger Free New York and The Food Pantries for the Capital District