Despite Chefs Collaborative’s frequent claims to being a small, grass-roots group concerned only with local restaurants and farmers, we’ve been telling you about its larger agenda. Well, celebrity chef and anti-biotech guru Alice Waters has let the cat out of the bag in the upcoming March 5 issue of The Nation. “Eating is a political act,” she says, and is seconded by Rick Bayless and Ann Cooper. For more info on Chefs Collaborative and the other nannies trying to limit our food choices, see our white paper on the push to aggressively market organic foods.
The Politics of the Nanny Chefs