Chefs are looking for ways to make a difference in nutrition, speaking out on issues such as organic standards, school nutrition and access to healthy foods. Seattle chef Maria Hines said chefs can work with policymakers to make changes, and Laura Rogers, who is with the Pew Charitable Trusts campaign to stop overuse of antibiotics in food animals, said that when celebrity chef Tom Colicchio started following the movement on Twitter, it was a game-changer for the program.

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