A blustery wind Saturday morning chilled the crowd of poor, homeless and jobless people waiting for the Down town Daily Bread doors to open for the free lunch served at 12:30 p.m. each day.
Modern America is a place of extremes, and what you eat for dinner has become the definitive marker of social status; as the distance between rich and poor continues to grow, the freshest, most nutritious foods have become luxury goods that only some can afford.
The government subsidies to corporate farming are behind the junk food addiction of Americans. It is a sad state of affairs when healthy, locally produced foods are expensive, while poor quality, highly processed foods that are …
Produced by the Central District Health Department, Boise, ID. Basic Food Safety.