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Edible Education: Carlo Petrini on the Rise and Future of the Food Movement

The inaugural session of UC Berkeley’s Edible Education class was held this evening and featured Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food, on the Rise and Future of the Food Movement. Thanks to Bon Appétit Management Company, these classes are being streamed live and will also be available for later viewing on YouTube. The video of tonight’s class (87 minutes) is available below:

Nikki Henderson of People’s Grocery in Oakland and Michael Pollan are coteaching the class, and future sessions will feature contributions by Peter Sellars, Marion Nestle, Ann Cooper, Raj Patel, Eric Schlosser, Alice Waters, Frances Moore Lappé, and others.