As hot cacao spread to Europe, it was drunk only by the upper class as it had to be imported from America. Now, people of all classes can drink hot chocolate to warm themselves and satisfy their hunger.
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In areas that have few grocery stores, the only options around may be fast food and convenience stores that only sell high-fat, high-sugar snacks. The food justice movement seeks to make sure everyone has access to healthy foods and knows what goes into making a nutritious meal.
Try making this delicious, traditional dish from the Dominican Republic.
Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” initiative aims to help kids be healthier. This program encourages kids to exercise, eat right, make dinner, drink plenty of water and break up TV time with jumping jacks.
The difference between a co-op and a regular supermarket is that co-op members make the decision of what foods to buy and how to purchase and distribute them.
In August, fast-food workers throughout the country went on strike again for a living wage and the right to unionize.
At PS 216, the Arturo Toscanini Primary School, students and teachers have the opportunity to work in their schoolyard garden.
What the rise of factory farms has meant for animals and factory farm workers.
A step-by-step guide to your own indoor windowsill garden.