Are you falling into these modern food-production traps?
Excerpts from a new book by Marion Nestle
Anyone who eats holds a stake in the debates about food and nutrition—debates that are often personal andpolitical. Soda taxes, healthcare reform, labeling of genetically modified foods—these all revolve around food. "I have long believed that much of the excitement and enjoyment of studying food and nutrition derives from the complexity of the field and the many points of view that can be brought to bear on most aspects of research and practice in diet and health," Marion Nestle, PhD, MPH, Paulette Goddard Professor in the department of nutrition, food studies, and public health at New York University, writes in her new book, Eat Drink Vote.
Read on to learn about the biggest problems with food production in America (and how they impact you) in excerpts from Eat Drink Vote , a collection of food politics-themed cartoons and commentary.