Brian Halweil

Senior Researcher, Worldwatch Institute

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Senior researcher for the Worldwatch Institute, focusing on food and agriculture, and author of Eat Here: Reclaiming Homegrown Pleasures in a Global Supermarket

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In the largest food recall in US history, more than eighteen hundred products containing peanuts  have been pulled  from grocery shelves.

This Time It's Peanuts: Food Scares and Food Production

In the largest food recall in US history, more than eighteen hundred products containing peanuts have been pulled from grocery shelves.

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Food prices are reaching levels never seen before at the same time the number of needy people is rising.

The Skyrocketing Price of Feeding the Poor

Food prices are reaching levels never seen before at the same time the number of needy people is rising.

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