Productive, sustainable food system requires equitability

Every day, at least twice a day, I walk the strip of Shattuck Avenue that connects the UC Berkeley campus to my apartment, which is conveniently located behind the Safeway Community Markets. Most of this stretch is known to locals as the “Gourmet Ghetto”, although the restaurants that give the
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Eatsa: food made by robots?

A few weeks ago, a groovy new food place opened up on Telegraph Avenue, right where Crepes-A-Go-Go used to be: Eatsa. Eatsa is an automat that specializes in serving customized quinoa bowls. No cash is accepted (only card). Whether you’re craving a kale salad, a burrito bowl or healthier Indian food,
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Famous Bao lives up to hype

Famous Bao is a Chinese restaurant that has grown pretty popular in its short life span. We at the Clog decided to take a look and see if the food was worth the crowd. We arrived right after noon, the prime time for when classes end and students are out
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