FoodMed Conference Promotes Local, Sustainable Foods in Health Care

August 2007
FoodService Director;8/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p8
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The article discusses the highlights of "FoodMed," the second international conference on healthy food in healthcare held in Boston, Massachusetts in June 2007. Hugh Joseph of Tufts University talked about cheap food in one session. Meanwhile, Devra Lee Davis of the Center on Environmental Oncology spoke against carcinogenic chemicals often used to clean hospitals.


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