THE HEALTH AND WELLNESS MOVEMENT has encouraged many people to change their eating behaviors and lifestyles, and much for the better. More and more people are exercising, reading labels and eating more fresh foods. I see this as a new social movement focused on food and health, one in which people can vote with their forks for the kind of food system they want. While this segment of the population moves forward, however, the food industry seems stuck in an old mind-set that ignores the new ...

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