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April 16, 2008

"Cool Foods" Campaign: Consumer Initiative to Address Climate Change Crisis through Food Choices

From a Center for Food Safety news release:

New York, NY, April 16th, 2008 – This afternoon the Center for Food Safety and the CornerStone Campaign announced the launch of the “Cool Foods Campaign.”  This national initiative is designed to empower people and businesses to take a bite out of global warming by encouraging them to make more sustainable food choices. Principal speakers included Campaign co-founders Mary Morgan and Andrew Kimbrell, as well as Chefs Dan Barber and Peter Hoffman, and food advocate and writer Anna Lappé.  The launch took place this afternoon at New York City’s Blue Hill.

At the event, Lappé also announced the launch of her Take a Bite Blog www.takeabite.cc, a complimentary cool food chronicle, which details her journey to explore how food, farming, and your fork can help solve the climate crisis.

Read the rest of the news release on the Center for Food Safety website.

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