Beth Hoffman

Beth Hoffman is a freelance radio and multimedia producer, and a writer. She was a frequent contributor at Utah's NPR station KUER, and has aired nationally on NPR, The World, Latino USA, and Living on Earth. Beth completed a series on the artistic, cultural, and environmental connections to food called Bite Sized for KUER, and a year long documentary radio project with photographer Sean Graff entitled Old World, New Kitchen in which immigrant women were interviewed as they cooked in their homes. Beth graduated from UC Berkeley's Journalism school in 2009 and is now a lecturer there in the Africa Reporting Project.

Central paradox

The ‘food desert’ in the heart of California’s farming region

The Central Valley of California produces half the fruits and vegetables grown in the US, yet its farmworker families have little access to fresh food

Central paradox

The 'food desert' in the heart of California's farming region

The Central Valley of California produces half the fruits and vegetables grown in the US, yet its farmworker families have little access to fresh food

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