Guest Top Ten List
Parke Wilde keeps the U.S. Food Policy blog. He teaches graduate level courses in food policy and statistics at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. In this list, he looked beyond the excellent sites that already appeared in a recent list at Culinate, which included Ethicurean, Green Fork, ChewsWise, Food Politics, Politics of the Plate, Grist, Civil Eats, and Obama Foodorama. Parke's list adds some more blogs from within what might loosely be called the "good food movement," but it emphasizes other selections that he reads to maintain diversity in his information stream.
10 Excellent Food Policy Blogs
The dry but substantial electronic magazine from USDA’s Economic Research Service, with accompanying RSS feed, is enough like a blog to make this list. In the same vein, one could mention Choices (http://www.choicesmagazine.org) electronic magazine from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA).
By the staff of Capital News agriculture newspaper.
Focusing on industrialized food production systems.
The food business blog at Slate’s site, The Big Money.
A thorough summary of daily agricultural news coverage, with excerpts and little editorial commentary.
For legal news and insight, a member of the Law Professor Blog Network. More legal blogging comes from the Agricultural Law (http://aglaw.blogspot.com/) blog.
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