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Sustainability Matters: February 21, 2014

Ashley Kosiak

Ashley Kosiak

February 21, 2014


Exposing food waste, a photographer documents "defective carrots" that are deemed too ugly to make it to supermarket shelves. [Treehugger]

In response to widespread consumer concern, meat-industry giants announce antibiotic-free chicken. [NPR]

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations sees small farmers as key to the development of sustainable food systems and food security. [The Guardian]

Consumer Reports investigates arsenic in the food system and what you can do about it. [Consumer Reports]

Hot Pockets sandwiches are recalled due to "diseased and unsound" meat. [Grist]

The World Food Program creates an interactive food aid graphic of donors and recipients. [WFP]