Andrea Strong

Lunchbox Moments, a powerful collection of Asian American stories about food and identity, goes on sale today.
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For restaurant workers and owners, the prospect of a federal $15 minimum wage has major implications.
Welcome to the age of sanitized and socially distant hospitality.
Kathryn Garcia oversees a cross-agency effort charged with two Herculean goals—ensuring that every New Yorker in need has access to food and that the city's food supply remains strong. 
Many tech companies are pivoting to manage the effects of COVID-19. Some are doing it better than others.
Regional farmers need our support right now—and we need farm-fresh produce more than ever. Here's how to shop smart at your local farmer's market.
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Operators across the country are transforming shuttered dining rooms into relief pantries for laid-off hospitality workers and community members.
New York City feeds over 1.1 million kids every day. Now, with public schools shut due to coronavirus, its mission is much harder—and even more important.
Regional farmers need our support right now—and we need farm-fresh produce more than ever. Here's how to shop smart at your local farmer's market.
Operators across the country are transforming shuttered dining rooms into relief pantries for laid-off hospitality workers and community members.
New York City feeds over 1.1 million kids every day. Now, with public schools shut due to coronavirus, its mission is much harder—and even more important.
Here are local and nationwide resources that we hope can provide some relief for laid-off restaurant workers.
With new evidence of airborne transmission, it's essential to be cautious.
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More pizza and burgers—and less fresh fruit—are just a few of the changes under discussion.