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The Civil Eats Editors

Since 2009, the Civil Eats editorial team has published award-winning and groundbreaking news and commentary about the American food system, and worked to make complicated, underreported stories—on climate change, the environment, social justice, animal welfare, policy, health, nutrition, and the farm bill— more accessible to a mainstream audience.

Civil Eats TV: Cacao Is a Food of the People

Karla McNeil-Rueda (center) teaching Guatemalan women to prepare chocolate. (Photo credit: Madeline Weeks)

On MLK Day: Our Stories on Food and Democracy

Civil rights leader Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. delivers a speech to a crowd of approximately 7,000 people on May 17, 1967 at UC Berkeley's Sproul Plaza in Berkeley, California. (Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Our Best Food System Solutions Stories of 2020

Marlo and Anthony Paul at Eden Land Farm in Alabama's Black Belt

Our Best Food Justice Stories of 2020

Harlem Grown's Tony Hillery. (Photo courtesy of Harlem Grown)

Our Best Climate Stories of 2020

West Coast wildfires turn the skies orange over the Iverson Famil Farms vineyards. (Photo courtesy of Iverson Family Farms)

Our Best Stories on the Food Security Crisis in 2020

On his route in Sunset Park in Brooklyn, Smith has a recipient on almost every block.

Civil Eats TV: Duskie Estes Is Gleaning with Meaning

Duskie Estes pauses while gleaning for a photo.

25 Reasons to Support Civil Eats on #GivingTuesday

giving tuesday symbolic stock photo

Our 2020 Food and Farming Holiday Book Gift Guide

a collage of holiday book gift guide covers for books on food and farming

14 Stories of Resiliency and Food Justice in Indigenous Communities

A Mashpee Wampanoag tribal gathering. (Photo courtesy of the Mashpee Wampanoag)