Food Studies 20 Years In: Is the Food Movement Really Changing Food?
Among the biggest selling points for acceptable foods these days is what the food does not contain, how it was not raised or kept healthy. For example, some of the nation’s largest food chains have pledged everything from cage free eggs to grass fed beef, while “gluten free” shows up in the oddest places. “But is this just a lot of highly visible marketing or has the Food Movement actually begun to have an impact on what we’re eating?” asks Clark Wolf, founder and president of Clark Wolf Company.
Featuring panelists Mitchell Davis of the James Beard Foundation, David Kamp, Jasmine Neilsen, and Krishnendu Ray, chair of NYU's Department of Nutrition, Food Studies & Public Health. Moderated by Clark Wolf.