So, here’s some provocative reading we can discuss over salad at our Food Day virtual progressive dinner party.
Alice Waters was once mocked for suggesting that it might cost $5 a meal to serve our kids “real food” in schools. But in an article published today, school food activist Dana Woldow explains why it might cost even more.
I urge you to take a look.
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