Just Food In The News!

Farm-to-Office: CSA Taps Alternative Market
09/11/2014 in Acres USA

 Paula Lukats, Just Food's Program Director, weighs in on the benefits of workplace CSAs.

Mother Nature's Daughters
08/27/2014 in The New York Times
New Just Food Director Takes a Personal Interest to a Professional Level
08/15/2014 in Edible Brooklyn

Longtime social justice professional and NYU grad student Jasmine Nielsen talks about moving into her dream job as Executive Director of Just Food, and how her friends inspired her to write a...

Nielsen to Succeed Berger as ED at Just Food
08/06/2014 in New York Nonprofit Press

On September 2nd, 2014, Jasmine Nielsen will succeed Jacquie Berger as Executive Director of Just Food. 

New York City Backyards Welcome Chickens and Bees
07/25/2014 in New York Times

 NYC residents talk about how they are embracing local, sustainable agriculture in their backyards through chicken keeping & bee keeping.

What's So Special About In-Season Fruit?
07/03/2014 in First We Feast

Just Food's Paula Lukats discusses the importance of eating seasonally and locally.

New farmers market opens
06/19/2014 in Mott Haven Herald

 The South Bronx Farmers Market, part of Just Food's City Farms Market network, is making a great impact and increasing food access in Mott Haven.

Healthy food should be a right not a privilege
06/13/2014 in Aetna

Karen Washington discusses her plans to continue spreading the food justice message and the importance of urban agriculture. 

Just Food Stories: Episode 21 - Lily Kesselman & Brook Park Chickens
06/12/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

Lily Kesselman, founder of Brook Park Chickens, discusses how bringing a chicken coop to the South Bronx has been effective in bringing fresh and local food to her neighborhood.

Just Food Stories: Episode 21 - Lily Kesselman & Brook Park Chickens
06/12/2014 in Heritage Radio Network

Lily Kesselman, founder of Brook Park Chickens, discusses how bringing a chicken coop to the South Bronx has been effective in bringing fresh and local food to her neighborhood.