We’ve lost something in the last 50 years as food became mass produced in industrial conditions. We’ve lost that intimate knowledge of what constitutes good food, and what food tastes like. And with challenges such as globalization, climate change and fickle government policies, we need to hold governments to task for what they do in getting food to our tables. After all, we elect them to represent our interests. What could be more important for all of us than the food we eat?
Punchy writing, Leonard! Really appreciate the eloquence and directness of your writing! Thanks for this primer and the excellent research. Bookmarking this for future referral!
Two truths about food that we now know beyond any doubt:Everything we eat is getting blander and flavour technology is getting phenomenally better.Mark Schatzker’s eye-opening, forensic analysis of our food choices in "The Dorito Effect" is unputdownable.A no-holds-barred, unflinching, scientific argument that convinced me to eat better.
I'd really appreciate if you can spare the time to read my analysis of the book, I think it makes a perfect companion article to your excellent writing!