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Meta: What Works

This week’s launch and query writers are clear supporters of building a healthier food culture. After analyzing the articles the writers challenged the proposed ideas for what’s needed to increase, maintain, promote and create a healthier society. The writers point … Continue reading

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Meta Post – Change can’t happen overnight

After reading this week’s articles along with the launch posts and query responses, I can say that this issue is far more complicated than I thought it was.  As the launch and query posters have made clear, there is no … Continue reading

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Meta: It’s Not Easy To Be Green

There was a lot of great points about this issue made in both the launch and the query posts this week; people seem to have differing yet passionate opinions on the topic of food deserts. One side of the argument … Continue reading

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Meta Post: Knowledgeable and Pricey Solutions

The posts this week show each person’s point-of-view about food deserts and how to fix them. Everyone seems to agree that there is an issue with the lower class and unhealthy eating regardless of whether they would classify areas using … Continue reading

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Meta post: Hard to be Healthy

This week’s posts give the general consensus that being healthy isn’t always the easy or affordable thing to do.  All of the bloggers seem to be searching for a solution but cannot agree on one.  Will Allen’s presented solution comes … Continue reading

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Taking Control

I think that the concept that Will Allen has come up with is a really good one.  Although the concept of facilitating the agricultural growth of a community through providing resources and education to it’s citizens is not an unusual … Continue reading

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Food Desert

While Allan made a good point I was mostly interested in the point Sarah Kliff’s article made. Sure you put a grocery store inside of a low-income neighborhood but does it really change the eating habits of the neighborhood? Personally … Continue reading

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