New Issue: Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition

Posted by on March 29, 2010

Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition Volume 5, Issue 1 is now available at

Issue Highlights:

Beyond Eating Right: The Emergence of Civic Dietetics to Foster Health and Sustainability Through Food System Change
Jennifer L. Wilkins;  Julia Lapp;  Angie Tagtow; Susan Roberts

Identifying Children at Risk for Nutritional Crisis in Rural Honduras
Daniel J. Tolson;  Teresa M. Kemmer;  Julia Lynch;  Douglas Lougee;  Ricardo Aviles;  Wilmer E. Amador;  Carlos Alberto Duron; Ramón Oswaldo Guifarro Fino

Pennsylvania Farm-to-School Programs and the Articulation of Local Context
Kai Schafft;  C. Clare Hinrichs; J. Dara Bloom

Food Cost Perceptions and Food Purchasing Practices of Uninsured, Low-Income, Rural Adults
Sharon L. Peterson;  Katie M. Dodd;  Kyungmi Kim; Sara Long Roth

Fighting Hunger Through Innovation: Evaluation of a Food Bank’s Social Enterprise Venture
Jo Anna Popielarski; Nancy Cotugna

Community-Supported Agriculture in the Research Triangle Region of North Carolina: Demographics and Effects of Membership on Household Food Supply and Diet
Bill Landis;  Tracy Entwisle Smith;  Maura Lairson;  Kerbie Mckay;  Heather Nelson; Jason O’Briant

The Relationship Between Food Security and Poor Health Among Female WIC Participants
Lisa Mathews;  Michelle Neyman Morris;  Julie Schneider; Keiko Goto

Food Insecurity Is Associated With Food-Related Psychosocial Factors and Behaviors Among Low-Income African American Adults in Baltimore City
Sonali Suratkar;  Joel Gittelsohn;  Hee-Jung Song;  Jean A. Anliker;  Sangita Sharma; Megan Mattingly

Spanish- and English-Speaking Client Perceptions of Choice Food Pantries
Daniel T. Remley;  Ana Claudia Zubieta;  Maria Carmen Lambea;  Hugo Melgar Quinonez; Chris Taylor

Reaching North Dakota’s Food Insecure
Sarah E. Colby;  Marsha Paulson;  Luann Johnson; Elizabeth Wall-Bassett

Book Review – Go Green Get Lean: Trim Your Waistline With the Ultimate Low-Carbon Footprint Diet, by Kate Geagan, Rodale Inc.

Internet Resources – Column Editor: Christine Mccullum-gomez, Phd, RD, LD

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