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2013 Metro Times Food Issue

Detroiters working for food justice



In today’s america, those with the means to enjoy nutritious meals are tragically outnumbered by the millions who subsist on processed, fat-laden foodstuffs. The war on poverty of 50 years ago has been transformed into a war on the poor. In the face of that, there are a number of individuals and organizations that are filling the voids. In this year’s Food Issue, get to meet several Detroiters who are helping and succeeding in the local marketplace.

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