Farmers' markets are all the rage and school lunches are more nutritious than they used to be, but some urban American neighborhoods are “food deserts” with no grocery stores. We hear good news and bad news, and get some surprises today about how food and the way we eat it are changing. Also, an update on the investigation into the terrorist attack on Mumbai, which took place one year ago today. On Reporter's Notebook, a video on the shortcomings of democracy in the Philippines wins an award from the State Department.
On Thanksgiving, It's All about Food
From this Episode:
State Department’s Democracy Video Challenge, 2010
For the second year in a row, the US State Department is challenging people around the world to talk about democracy and what it means.
Who's Having Free-range Turkey This Thanksgiving?
You may think that today's traditional Thanksgiving meal is the same as it always was, but that's not necessarily so. The food Americans eat is changing.