City Pages wins national Association of Food Journalists Award
Former City Pages writers Andy Mannix and Mike Mullen have won the prestigious AFJ Award for the "Best Story on Food Policy or Food Issues," the Association of Food Journalists announced today. The two won the prize for their February 2012 City Pages cover story, "Milk Money."
The second place winner of the 2013 AFJ Award for "Best Story on Food Policy or Food Issues," was Hanna Raskin of the Seattle Weekly for her piece, "Peaches and Dreams." Third place went to Carolyn Jung of Food Arts for her "Foie and Its Discontents."
This category was new to the contest this year, and reflects "changes in journalism as a whole, and food journalism in particular," according to the Association of Food Journalists. Here's a complete list of the 2013 AFJ Award winners.
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