Berkeley Food Institute partnered with UC Berkeley Advanced Media Institute to create a six-part podcast series that delves into food issues through a human lens.
A Berkeley forum tackles the legacy of slavery on African-Americans’ relationship with food production, food insecurity, and the whiteness of the food justice movement, among many other topics.
We’ve got lots to share in this week’s Bites — Berkeley’s Kobani is getting ready to re-open, Oakland’s Grocery Café is expanding, and much more.
For the first time Cal students interested in studying how the food system works can obtain a minor degree in it.
“I’s been really fun,” says the New York Times writer and cookbook author of his time so far in the Bay Area as he launches a new video series of California food issues.
The effects of new minimum wages are causing a ripple effect of changes across the East Bay restaurant scene.
New York Times food writer and cookbook author Bittman says he wants to know if he’s “interested in a life at a universities” before he gets too old to answer that question.
The thought of foraging on a roadside has an ‘ick’ factor, but that’s a mindset that can be changed say these two modern-day hunter-gatherers.
Five Cal schools have joined forces to develop a research institute dedicated to studying the transition to a more resilient and just food system.