Keeping Crack-Food On Our Supermarket Shelves

Keeping Crack-Food On Our Supermarket Shelves
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In our post Processed Foods Is The Crack Cocaine Of Our Diets we highlighted the important points of a critical article written by Michael Pollan on the way the food industry helps to keep the US confused and overweight. The NY Times has now published a follow-up article by Pollan where he highlights the faults of a farm bill that is keeping foods that are bad for us in the supermarket.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 23 april 2007

In our post Processed Foods Is The Crack Cocaine Of Our Diets we highlighted the important points of a critical article written by Michael Pollan on the way the food industry helps to keep the US confused and overweight. The NY Times has now published a follow-up article by Pollan where he highlights the faults of a farm bill that is keeping foods that are bad for us in the supermarket. He says:

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