How do you make a food fad appeal to libertarians? Invoke human nature.
Despite the bleak imaginary landscape of food deserts, urban nutritional politics is all about color.
Sustainable food makes no sense when restaurants pay only sustenance wages
Mehdi Belhaj Kacem broke with his mentor Alain Badiou in an act of philosophical parricide. But is the father dead?
To sell sympathy for starvation, Live Aid and its successors have started using the latest in branding innovation
In capitalism’s inverted world, scarcity grows on trees while resources are blithely wasted
Bananas, artichokes, and salsify, reviewed.
For 19th century culinary expert Juliet Corson, radical economics began at home
Despite the history of socially sanctioned feasts and fasts, we're quick to pathologize women who eat inconsistently. Why do women need a good reason to devour?
Welcome to TNI Vol. 11: Feast & Famine. Where food never stays in one place long enough to take a good photo.
From lines of refrigeration to exploding pirate ketchup, an interview with food geographer Nicola Twilley.