If you are in New York March 25, we invite you to hear Marion Nestle speak about Eat Drink Vote. Marion will be speaking as part of NYU’s Speakers on the Square program. Her talk is 6:30 – 8PM in the NYU Kimmel Center for University Life.
People familiar with Eat Drink Vote may also be interested in a new book by Nick Freudenberg, the director of Hunter College’s Food Policy Center. The book is Lethal But Legal: Corporations, Consumption and Public Health. In this book, Freudenberg explores how profits and public health are dealt with in a variety of industries including […]
Marion Nestle set down for a chat with Maria Rodale and you can see the video here! They touch on several of the key issues in the book which reminds us that while the 2013 elections are over, we can continue to vote with our forks!
Hey Northern California and New York City – Check out these events! October 15 – If you’re in San Francisco, Marion Nestle will be at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco at 6PM. She’ll appear in a conversation with Narsai David, Food and Wine Editor, KCBS Radio. Tickets are required and they may be purchased […]
It all started with a green bean! Maria Rodale, CEO and Chairman of Rodale, Inc – the publisher of Eat Drink Vote, interviewed Marion Nestle. In the interview Marion disclosed that her interest in food started at the age of eight. The inspiration? A green bean. Read the full interview here.
Jocelyn Zuckerman of “On Earth Magazine” sat down for lunch with Marion Nestle. The two chatted about the business and political interests that converge in the school lunch program as well as the growth of programs that link farmers and students.The article ends with “Despite the entrenched interests, she (Nestle) said, changes are happening, in […]
Eat Drink Vote will be published on Wednesday September 4. To celebrate, Marion Nestle will be at the Union Square Greenmarket Wednesday September 4 noon – 1:30 to sign copies.
Marion Nestle was interviewed by Kerry Trueman about Eat Drink Vote. The interview is posted on Amazon … and a question about this cartoon that was omitted is posted on Marion’s site, Food Politics! In the interview, Marion addresses the importance of food policy. If this interests you, here is one group you might want […]
Marion Nestle recently moderated a food forum for candidates for mayor in New York City. She posted about it on her blog Food Politics. This was an exciting event not just because of what it meant to the voters of New York City but because of what it indicated about the food movement. As Nestle […]