by Marion Nestle
Mar 15 2010

Ithaca, NY: Cornell

Graduate Field of Nutrition seminar, 100 Savage Hall, 4:00 p.m. on “Food politics: has the food revolution reached Washington?” Free and open to the public.

  • deanna

    Hi- I am interested in attending this event. I am currently taking a class on food politics, and i live in Syracuse, ny. I was wondering if I would be allowed to attend this. Do i need to be a student as well? Is there a cost? I just need a few more details before i make the drive an hour away. I read your book for my class and it was excellent and very interesting yet at times overwhelming. Nevertheless an eye opening read. Thank you -Deanna Diliberto

  • Leesie

    @deanna under Next Public Appearance (to the right on this page) it states:

    Graduate Field of Nutrition seminar, 100 Savage Hall, 4:00 p.m. on “Food politics: has the food revolution reached Washington?”

    *** Free and open to the public.***

  • http://www.nyam.org/initiatives/sp-sbb.shtml Daniel K. Ithaca, NY

    Yes Food Politics is a very eye-opening read.

    I wish this was required reading for undergrad nutrition programs! It is really shocking how inefficient and illogical our multiple governmental agencies FDA, USDA, ATF, EPA, FTC…are at regulating food/beverage production, distribution, advertisement and especially food Safety.

    There is plenty of potential for positive policy changes!