Cerritos College Food Project

Food-related books from the Cerritos College Library.

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Below is an ever-growing collection of relevant links, many suggested by faculty, students, and staff on campus who are investigating food.

  • The Library Newsletter features relevant research and books on food.

  • Can We Eat to Starve Cancer? TED Talk by William Li

  • Modern Meat - 2002 Frontline documentary on the meat production process

  • South Central Farm was a community farm in Los Angeles; Documentary video and website

  • Michael Specter, "Seeds of Doubt" in the New Yorker magazine, on an activist's crusade against genetically modified (GMO) crops.

  • Gustavo Arellano, journalist and author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America: Gustavo's Instagram; he also consulted on the Burrito Bracket (nationwide search for America's best burrito) on the FiveThirtyEight

  • Prof. Lefebvre's Food Writing on the Rise -- great feed with lots of links to current food-related news and information.

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The Cerritos College Food Project is a campus-wide effort to learn about food in all its aspects, across the academic disciplines.

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