Monthly Archives:: October 2013

Cutting the Lean From Food Stamps

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“If you live alone and receive $200 a month in food stamps (the maximum the government allows for a single person and the equivalent of $2.30 per meal), your budget remains unlikely to accommodate baby spinach and much of the healthy, essential, “good” food that in this city and so much of the country has […]

Hunger in the Valley of Plenty–A Special Multimedia Series KQED/CIR collaboration by Scott Anger, Sasha Khokha and Natasha Del Toro

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California’s San Joaquin Valley is the country’s most productive farm belt: its fertile orchards and fields generate most of the nation’s fresh fruit and nuts. Yet for the people who work and live near these farms, access to healthy and fresh food can be a daily struggle. An outgrowth of the American Realities project, watch […]