Food Fright: Too Much Misinformation?

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While perusing her local library, this Kansas blogger was struck by how many activist books were targeted at the food industry and agriculture. In this post, she calls for a cease in the 'food fight' to ponder a few key facts:

"Research, funding, and lifetimes of labor by dedicated farmers go into improving farming and our food. The result is one of the safest, most plentiful, least expensive food supplies in history. We have choices of what to eat. Surely there must be something right about farming and food. Much of what’s wrong appears to be grown and harvested on a bookshelf of misinformation. And don’t even get me started about what’s on the internet."


Food Fright


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