Just What Are We Eating?

Dr. Amy Price-Neff explains the connection between food quality and health
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Dear Dennis,

“You shouldn’t be eating that.” “I don’t have time to cook.” “Why are you feeding that to your kids?” “I need to eat healthier.”

We all feel it at times. Food — talking about it, eating it, purchasing it — can be overwhelming and stressful.

In our latest blog, Dr. Amy Price-Neff offers a science-based take on the connection between food quality, production, the environment, animal welfare, climate change, and politics in, “Just What Are We Eating?”

Growing awareness around this connection is clear in the spiking demand for verified sustainable foods (like those certified by A Greener World), yet we are faced with a constant choice-overload. If you’re looking for guidance in making informed food choices about the food that you buy, cook and eat, we have many resources to share (like this article) that can help — just reach out if you have any questions!

We hope you’ll enjoy this informative read originally published in the latest issue of Sustainable Farming magazine, and check out all the articles in the full issue here. Print subscriptions of the magazine are available for purchase here, and please share with friends that our digital subscription is free to sign up for here.

Just What Are We Eating?
Towards a greener world,
Katie Amos
Communications and Outreach Manager
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