Mari Gallagher

President, Mari Gallagher Research and Consulting Group

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Head of Mari Gallagher Research and Consulting Group, a community development consulting group in Chicago, she studies access to food and public health

Mari Gallagher on KCRW

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.

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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.

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