A Call For “Good Food Jobs”
Nutrition / Public Health

A Call For “Good Food Jobs”

A new report by the New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College set out to answer a complex question: Can the food sector support health and economic development? Society has traditionally focused only on the former. With the rise of supermarkets and fast food – distancing food from its growers, purveyors and handlers – food wasn’t food until … Continue reading

Coca-Cola Hands Out Exercise Advice, Campbells Switches to Pouches, and Wendy Comes to Life: The Art of Rebranding
Nutrition

Coca-Cola Hands Out Exercise Advice, Campbells Switches to Pouches, and Wendy Comes to Life: The Art of Rebranding

This week, news surfaced of a global rise in life expectancy. New York City beat their own record – and the national average. Food advocates worldwide had their moment of glory. However, a rise in life expectancy is no guarantee that the next generation will live a healthier life, but possibly a longer, unhealthier one. Coca-Cola, Campbell’s and Wendy’s also … Continue reading