Musician Moby and food policy activist Miyun Park bring together 10 leading voices on the perils of our system of animal processing and factory farms. They explain how and why the overconsumption of industrially produced meat unnecessarily harms agricultural workers, communities, the environment and human health.
An information-packed, lively, and informative little guide, Gristle is the first stop for everyone who wants to make informed choices about the food they consume. Multi-platinum musician Moby brings together ten of the country's leading foodies, policymakers, food-business leaders, and food activists, who lay out how and why the over-consumption of industrially produced meat unnecessarily harms agricultural workers, communities, the environment, and human health as well as animals. Contributors include Moby, Brendan Brazier, Lauren Bush, John Mackey, Wayne Pacelle, Gowri Koneswaran and Meredith Niles, Sara Kubersky and Tom O'Hagan, Christine Chavez and Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Paul and Phyllis Willis, Michael Greger, M.D., Frances Moore Lappe and Anna Lappe, and Miyun Park (detaild bios below).