- Leah is a journalist covering the business and politics of food and agriculture.
- She's a staff writer and editor at the Food and Environment Reporting Network.
- Leah is also a 2021 U.C. Berkeley 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism fellow.
Leah Douglas is a journalist covering the business and politics of food and agriculture. Currently a staff writer and associate editor at the Food and Environment Reporting Network, she reports on a wide range of issues, including agribusiness, regulation, federal agencies, corporate consolidation, environmental issues, racial discrimination, and labor. Leah is also a 2021 U.C. Berkeley 11th Hour Food and Farming Journalism fellow, focusing on COVID-19. In addition to Serious Eats, her work has appeared in the Guardian, The Nation, the Washington Post, Mother Jones, NPR, Time, and more.
About Serious Eats
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