CoFED partners with young people of color from poor and working-class backgrounds to build food and land co-ops.

Meet our new intern, Anthony!

Discovering a love of food through the Bay Area’s farmers, producers, markets, and restaurants, Anthony’s goal is to spread his culinary passion to others.

anthony_photo.jpgAnthony is happy to return to the Bay Area after his first year at Princeton University where he intends to concentrate in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Affairs. Exploring the food world has led Anthony through a variety of experiences from interning at a bakery in New York to starting a Princeton branch of Spoon Magazine that will launch in the fall. Nevertheless, Anthony’s favorite work took place back at home in California when he and a partner designed and served a healthy breakfast for middle schoolers in the Peninsula Bridge Program. During the rare occasions when Anthony isn’t thinking about food, he’s usually playing or watching sports or exploring hiking and cycling trails. Anthony looks forward to developing a guide for mobile vending this summer for CoFED.

We're really excited to be working with Anthony this summer and we can't wait to share with you some of his creations! 








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