Law For Food: The law affects what you eat. What you buy to eat affects the law.


Skip-a-lunch
18 July 2007, 9:41 am
Filed under: Economics of Eating, Ethics of Eating

Today’s Slate talks about charities, smugness, and eating a $15 lunch rather than a $60 lunch so your firm can donate the remaining $45 to charity.

Worth a read if only as a caution against what happens when charity becomes fashionable. I suppose this is a dimension to consider in relation to the “Slow food is Commercial food” discussion below, but not one which overrides the critique.

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