I write about children and food policy. Bylines include The Lunch Tray, the New York Times and Civil Eats. Look for my book KID FOOD (Oxford U. Press) in 2019.

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Bettina Elias Siegel is a writer and nationally recognized commentator on issues relating to children and food policy.

A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, Siegel practiced intellectual property, advertising and food law in New York City for almost a decade. Now a freelance writer,...

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In a nutshell, why I 💕 Houston: conference to cover "rice farming and history, Asian supermarkets, local farms and farming, regional barbecue, Chinese bakeries, Syrian cooking, Jewish community cookbooks, Mexican tortilla factories . . . ."  https://twitter.com/DavidLeftwich68/status/953326182212259842 
@saragoldrickrab @WickSloane Thank you for shining a light on this little-known issue, and thoughtfully, too.
It’s Hard to Study if You’re Hungry  https://nyti.ms/2FBI20Z  Important NYT op-ed by @saragoldrickrab re widespread hunger among college students. @WickSloane
What does the term “kid food” mean to you? Please share your thoughts in this quick survey.  http://bit.ly/2FGE2wa  Thank you! https://t.co/Rf2yMB714d
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