Last Tuesday, I released a report, Food Stamps, Follow the Money: Are Corporations Profiting From Hungry Americans? I am grateful to each of these media outlets for their coverage.
My article with Christopher Cook on AlterNet:
Are Corporations and Big Banks Making a Windfall From Food Stamps?
Reuters story also appeared on:
- AlterNet (Thomson Reuters)
- Baltimore Sun
- Fox News
- Huffington Post
- Yahoo News
- MSN Money
- The Mercury
- News Direct
- The Republic
- Buffalo Public Radio
- Northeast Public Radio
- Rhode Island Public Radio
- South Florida Public TV
- Time of News
- Red Orbit
- Food News
- VegNews Magazine: SNAP Out of It (PDF)
- Virgina Watchdog: Food stamps a ‘sweet’ deal for recipients, but critics sour on costs, fraud
- The Atlantic: In Defense of Food Stamps
- KCBS In Depth (radio): Follow the Money Behind Food Stamps
- Up with Chris Hayes (blog): The decades-long debate over food stamps
- The Columbus Dispatch (editorial): Food Stamp Secrecy: Federal government should release data about how this aid money is spent
- Washington Examiner: The New American Food Stamp Plantation
- Time Moneyland: Food Stamps: More Benefit to Big Food than to the Poor?
- Food Sleuth Radio Interview
- San Francisco Chronicle: Use of government aid for junk food questioned (front page)
- New Jersey News Room: Millions of food stamp dollars go to junk food, companies
- The International: Food Stamp Funding Faces Deep Cuts in US Congress
- The Daily: Hungry for Profit: More Americans going on food stamps means a windfall for JPMorgan
- KTRH Houston News Radio Interview
- Washington Times: Top secret: $80B a year for food stamps, but feds won’t reveal what’s purchased
- NPR: Report Urges Food Stamp Program to Clarify Purchases, Corporate Profits
WGBH – Boston
KALW – San Francisco
(numerous other NPR affiliate sites)
- Marion Nestle: Who benefits most from food stamps? Follow the money!
Cross-posted on Food Safety News
The Atlantic: Do Food Stamps Need More Restrictions?
- Yahoo! Finance video interview by Aaron Task: Marion Nestle on The (Big) Business of Food Stamps: “Here’s Where the Profits Come in”
- Marc Gunther: Anti-hunger, Pro-soda: Are you kidding me?
- Grist: Oh snap! Are food stamps another big subsidy for Big Food?
Cross-posted on Daily Kos
- Slate’s Moneybox: Food Stamps Are Not a Corporate Giveaway
- Everyday Health: Should Food Stamps Users Be Able to Buy Junk Food?
- Sunlight Foundation: Who’s money behind the farm bill?
- Food Safety News: 2012 Farm Bill Advances Under Pressure Over Healthy Food
- Cheery Observations: Farm Bill Update: The Ongoing Food Stamps Debate
- The Lunch Tray: The Farm Bill: A Link Round-Up
- Daily Finance (AOL): Junk Food: The Pariah That’s Replacing Tobacco