New Haven is a food city. The city's enthusiasm for diverse eating and community gardens is coupled with activism to see that all people have enough quality food to eat. Amy Casavina Hall, senior director of Income and Health Initiatives at United Way, talks with Tagan Engel, Chair of the New Haven Food Policy Council, about food systems in New Haven. Some of what they talk about will be surprising: While there have been significant advances in providing access to healthy, nutritious food in New Haven, Tagan reports that one major challenge is that "we have many generations of people who have lost cooking knowledge" after many generations of families have been eating mac and cheese out of a box. They discuss this challenge and others that low income famillies face in accessing heathly food and describe current initatives designed to help.