Teaching Consumers about the Politics of their Food

Arkansas currently grows the most commercial edamame in the U.S. Image: Pamela Reed

By Lauren Caramagno.

Lina Yamashita is a doctoral candidate at the University of California Davis. As part of her research, Yamashita is teaching consumers where their food comes from and how to spend their dollars on sustainable and fair food practices.

We caught up with Yamashita to talk about this work, and how to teach consumers the politics of their food.

Listen to that interview here.

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