This blog aims to investigate the invisible chains that connect people with their food. Often these chains are intentionally invisible–created to shelter people from uncomfortable realities of the production process –and when links are exposed, people’s relationships with their food are altered in curious ways. Spirituality and mindfulness play unexpected roles as people reconnect with the origins of their food and the transformations it undergoes before being placed on the table.


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