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Latitudes: Global Buffet

Thinking about our food

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Rising food costs mean this favorite dish of chicken and barberry rice is now out of reach for many.
Andrea Wenzel
Rising food costs mean this favorite dish of chicken and barberry rice is now out of reach for many.

In Latitudes’ Global Buffet special, we give you a taste of these issues. We’ll find out why on the same planet a billion people are hungry, and more than a billion people are overweight. We’ll look at how food can cause conflicts, and also be a source of healing. And we’ll explore the future of food—from new models of production, to using sound to change how food tastes.

For more information or to hear other programs in this series, visit the Latitudes site.

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