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Five Brooklyn Pols Sue Over Sandy Food Stamps
Sandy Triggers a Call: Free Lunch For All
Food Trucks Give Restaurateurs Indigestion
Seeing Green at the City’s Farmers’ Markets
Williamsburg: 'Normal families need food. This is ridiculous.'
Crown Heights: 'For two weeks last month, we didn't have any food at all.'
NYC Food Pantries Going Green
Farmers' Markets, CSAs Struggle To Get Food Stamp Customers
Super Marketing: Better
Food Choices May Be Ahead
Build The Strong Bones
Of A City Food System
TWO FRIENDS INVESTIGATE
THE URBAN FOOD CHAIN
Food, Food Everywhere
But Can't Afford To Buy
New York City's food policy makes local restaurants offer readily available nutritional information. In recent years, Mayor Bloomberg has been a strong supporter of more nutritional options at restaurants, cafeterias, and schools to combat the nation's obesity crisis.
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The collapse of the Supercommittee process gives New York City anti-hunger activists a chance to help shape a farm bill that fights hunger, promotes health, protects the environment and bolsters independent farmers.
The city's social services commissioner makes the case for prohibiting the use of food stamp benefits to buy sugary drinks.