First Lady Michelle Obama’s vegetable garden at the White House and a new study on the health risks of eating beef and pork daily have inspired many to rethink what they’re eating and whether it’s healthy. A look at new efforts to put healthier food on our plates.

Guests

  • Bob Young Chief economist at the American Farm Bureau Federation
  • Tony Geraci Director of food and nutrition, Baltimore City Public Schools
  • Ann Yonkers Founder and co-director, FRESHFARM Markets
  • Nicolette Hahn Niman Lawyer, cattle rancher, and author of "Righteous Pork Chop"

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