José Andrés: Food as a tool of war and peace
José Andrés has become a recognized figure on the scene in the aftermath of global disasters. The chef-turned-humanitarian traveled to Haiti more than a decade ago to cook food for victims of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Today: he's on the ground in war zones.
How does one man lead an emergency response organization as the emergencies keep growing and changing?
- Plus, an update on food insecurity in the U.S., and why the numbers may come as a surprise.
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