On December 21, 2016, City of Austin Mayor Steve Adler signed the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact, joining seven other U.S. cities—Baltimore, Chicago, Miami, New York, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and ...

Lactose intolerance be damned, Erin Asaad just couldn’t quit yogurt. Yet the dairy-free varieties she tried all came overloaded with sweetness—making them useless for the Middle Eastern food she ...
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It’s good to talk about the problem of food access and race, but even better when you can do something about it, firsthand. A diverse group of 16 college students recently got the chance to do both ...
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by Alex Canepa Feeding Texans Better food Austin’s own Eddie Rodriguez (D-Austin) has proposed a bill before the Texas Legislature that could change the way low-income Texans shop for food. If ...
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Let Me Chew on It by Steve Wilson When food and public policy meet, most people take a “L’eggo my Eggo” stance; they don’t want government messing with their food, at ...
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