Religious groups push for sustainable food practices

08/22/2007 | NYTimes.com

Some religious groups are advocating for humane, sustainable practices that affect how food gets from a farm to a plate, lobbying on behalf of small farms and helping congregations and schools buy produce from local farmers. Meanwhile, some Jewish groups are asking the leaders of Conservative Judaism to incorporate ethical concerns about workers, animals and the land into kosher certification rules.

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