Food First Blog

The Food First Blog features news from the US and global food movement, and original analysis from Food First staff, fellows, board members, allies and research interns. Blog highlights are featured in our monthly e-newsletters. Click here to subscribe.

Chairo Paceño, A Taste of La Paz

Blog | Natalie Fong | Apr 26, 2011

In Bolivia, lunch is the largest and longest meal of the day, usually consisting of at least three courses: soup…

Perils of the Global Soy Trade

Blog | Zoe Brent | Mar 29, 2011

Food and Water Europe, the European program of Food and Water Watch (FWW) just released a report last month, The…

Wheat: The New Frontier

Blog | William Wroblewski | Mar 15, 2011

Earlier this year, the US Department of Agriculture opened the door for the unregulated use of Monsanto’s genetically modified alfalfa.  Made…

Solidarity is Difficult Work

Blog | Tanya M. Kerssen | Mar 10, 2011

New film raises important questions for NGOs, researchers and activists The new movie by Spanish director Icíar Bollaín, Even the…