Your weekly roundup of food news.

New York Times: Young Farmers Face Huge Challenges to Getting Started (11/13/11)

Civil Eats: The Rethinking School Lunch program offers a planning strategy for revamping food service beyond Berkeley to rural and urban areas around California struggling to improve the eating habits of school children. (11/15/11)

It took more than 10,000 years of domestication for humans to create the vast biodiversity in our food supply that we're now watching ebb away. National Geographic says that to feed our growing population, we'll need to double food production.

The Ecologist: The secret horror of the world's 'mega' factory farms

Rodale: 10 Food Label Lies. The slideshow might surprise you.

Mother Jones: On Antibiotic Use, Factory Farms Police Themselves (11/10/11)

The Minnesota Independent: Opposition to private drafting of the Secret Farm Bill (11/7/11)