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Food fights might seem entertaining, but there’s nothing funny about the fights taking place over food production. Resource limitations, animal welfare and biotechnology are just a few issues ...

Food fights might seem entertaining, but there’s nothing funny about the fights taking place over food production. Resource limitations, animal welfare and biotechnology are just a few issues cropping up to create confusion in the grocery store. Ultimately, both farmers and food buyers are making a personal choice, and author Michele Payn-Knoper calls for decorum instead of mayhem in the conversation around farm and food.

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No More Food Fights! Growing the farm & food conversation No More Food Fights! Growing the farm & food conversation Presentation Transcript

  • Michele Payn-Knoper
  • Bring peace to your food plate… A book for foodies and farmers,chefs and dietitians, ranchers and anyone who eats. One book. Two sides.
  • A personal look at tough issues…• Biotechnology• Animal welfare• Food labels• Chemicals• Farm Bill• Food safety• Organics
  • from 35+ farmers, dietitians, chefs, food scientists, ranchers, and health experts.
  • 6 Senses for the Food Side
  • Grocery Senses1. Touch: Where do you connect with farmers?2. Sight: How to clarify perspectives on food?3. Sound: Do you know what questions to ask?4. Smell: Does it pass the sniff test of science?5. Taste: Do you feel good about your personal food choice?6. Common Sense: Go back to the basics in selecting food for your family.
  • One book.Two sides..
  • 6 ½ Steps to Engagement for the Farm Side
  • and a dozen rottenvegetables to help both sides avoid stinking up the place!
  • You’re invited to the table…read the first-ever book tospeak to all sides ofthe food movement.
  • Words of Praise…“No More Food Fights! provides a fresh look at some of  the dilemmas food buyers & farmers both face...”  Phil Lempert, NBC News’ Today Show Food Trends Editor“Since food is meant to be enjoyed and savored rather  than feared, Michele Payn-Knoper nourishes you with  practical advice and accurate answers from                  the experts…” - Kim Galeaz, Registered Dietitian and Culinary Nutritionist
  • Be a part of moving theconversation to a different level.Order yours today, then share a book with one person on the other side of the plate.
  • Personal stories. Powerful tools. Passion to connect people around the plate.ReleasedValentine’s Day!www.causematters.com