Contributor biographical information for American wasteland : how America throws away nearly half of its food (and what we can do about it) / Jonathan Bloom.

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Jonathan Bloom is a freelance journalist and food waste expert who writes the blog Wasted Food. An accomplished eater and fledgling composter, he has covered both serious and quirky topics related to food and the environment. His work has appeared in theNew York Times, Washington Post,Boston Globe, Newsweek, andVariety, among others. A Boston native, he lives in Durham, North Carolina, with his family, and many, many containers for leftovers.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Food supply -- United States.
Waste (Economics) -- United States.
Food industry and trade -- Waste disposal -- United States.
Salvage (Waste, etc.) -- United States.