Julia Agostino
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Julia is a Chicago-based Research and Writing Intern at Food Tank. She holds a B.A. in Design from the University of Notre Dame where she also studied Anthropology and Business Economics. With a keen interest in public health and evolutionary biology, she empowers consumers to make more informed grocery choices through working with WhatsGood, a company taking a modern approach to localizing food systems. When she’s not working, Julia spends her time learning about urban agroecology, frequenting museums, playing piano, and spending as much time outdoors as the Midwestern climate permits.

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