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Nina Furstenau writes in the Atlanta Constitution Journal about how this 6th generation chef-farmer is digging into Gullah Geechee roots to inform current flavors. READ

Nina Furstenau writes in the Atlanta Constitution Journal about how this 6th generation chef-farmer is digging into Gullah Geechee roots to inform current flavors. READ

Nina Furstenau writes in the Atlanta Constitution Journal about how this 6th generation chef-farmer is digging into Gullah Geechee roots to inform current flavors. READ MORE

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Sweet Malady wins Award of Excellence at
BEA
Media Arts Festival

Sweet Malady is a documentary about Kolkata's love of sweets in the face of the rising tide of type II diabetes around the world.

Sweet Malady is a documentary about Kolkata's love of sweets in the face of the rising tide of type II diabetes around the world.

Sweet Malady is a documentary about Kolkata's love of sweets in the face of the rising tide of type II diabetes around the world.

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Media for Change Food ignites discussion on the critical work of the world’s food heritage and its future. From production to taste, food an its impact on the environment, human nutrition, health, social custom, religion, identity and more are explored from field to plate. Media change makers connect the dots linking old foodways with new technology to celebrate what we grow and how we eat in the face of a changing world. 

Media for Change Food ignites discussion on the critical work of the world’s food heritage and its future. From production to taste, food and its impact on the environment, human nutrition, health, social custom, religion, identity and more are explored from field to plate. Media change makers connect the dots linking old foodways with new technology to celebrate what we grow and how we eat in the face of a changing world. 

Media for Change Food understands that soil, far from being inanimate dirt, writes the future for the world. The teeming life in that precious zone—including bacteria, fungi, algae, mites, nematodes, earthworms, ants, spiders, the roots of plants, and more—has the superpower to transform the inanimate to animate and affects every living being on the planet. Media for Change Food spotlights food as the action point for getting carbon out of the air and into the soil to create a sustainable future .

Media for Change Food highlights hope and success in how food is produced, stored, transported, and consumed as a system where each component affects the others. In the social sciences, Media for Change Food sees food as a storehouse of history that empowers social custom, identity, spiritual journey, economics, migration, and more.