The Stop: How the Fight for Good Food Transformed a Community and Inspired a Movement

By Nick Saul, Andrea Curtis

“[A] tremendous publication a few visionary post–food financial institution project.” —Michael Pollan

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British large chef Jamie Oliver referred to as it "amazing," writing that he'd traveled around the globe and not visible whatever love it. New York occasions food author Mark Bittman known as it "one of these forward-thinking teams pointing how you can the way forward for strong food." Raj Patel, the seriously acclaimed writer of Stuffed and Starved, stated he was once "blown away" by means of it.

So what's it? The cease, a neighborhood nutrients Centre that has revolutionized the best way we strive against starvation and poverty.

Since group employee Nick Saul turned the administrative director of The cease in 1998, it's been remodeled from a cramped meals financial institution to a thriving, across the world revered group meals Centre. The cease has flourished with gardens, kitchens, a greenhouse, farmers' markets and a challenge to revolutionize our nutrition approach. In a voice that is "never preachy" (MacLean's), Saul and Curtis percentage what The cease may possibly suggest for the way forward for meals, and argue that everybody merits a dignified, fit position on the desk.

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