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Finding Balance between Nutrition and Seafood Sustainability

"From a production perspective, the recommendation to double consumption is concerning because wild-caught seafood supplies are threatened...At the same time, nearly half of the US seafood supply is wasted, according to one estimate."

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What do we know exactly about urban agriculture’s environmental impacts?

“The method used to cultivate plants, the product and the location are the three components of the equation cities should take into account to develop environmentally sound urban agriculture policies.“

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The Way Cheap Food Feeds Big Hunger and Inequality

"Let’s be clear. Food waste distribution is not the solution to hunger except on a very temporary basis. Hunger is a symptom of poverty."

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Have you been on the Great Scarborough Shawarma Crawl?

   Toronto Star Food Writer, Karon Liu, recently wrote about his experience sampling shawarma shops along Lawrence Ave. E., each one representing a different culinary region of the Middle East.

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Why Eating Insects Won’t End World Hunger

Could we be trading one destructive food system for another?

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