Food Links, 10.08.2011
‘the discerning and liberal media consumer prefers: ginger and chocolate cookies; amaretti; shortbread; butter thins, and almond florentines.’ This is the study of the year.
Take a look at urban farming around the world.
On the rise of ‘White People Food’.
These are the five best and five worst proteins for our and the planet’s health (although I assume the study is US-based).
Jay Rayner asks if farmers’ markets will really change the world.
High food prices have caused an increase in the numbers of Americans eligible for food stamps.
Close-ups of food.
Here’s more on bread prices and the Arab Spring.
Will placing a tax on junk food change eating habits?
Olivier the Schutter, the UN’s Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, argues after a visit to South Africa that the country must ‘build a food economy that benefits the majority of the population.’ The report is really worth a read.
High food prices won’t be dropping anytime soon.
Russia has now classified beer as alcoholic. Better late than never.
Another study shows up the link between high food prices and food-based biofuels.