NEW YORK — Several speakers at the CIES World Food Business Summit here this month addressed the topic of nutrition and product labeling, perhaps a reflection of what one presenter described as a growing consumer movement surrounding food. “I think we are in the middle of a food revolution,” said Marion Nestle, a nutrition author and professor at New York University. “I think we are seeing a mass of people coming out around food issues — people can't do anything about wars in Iraq and ...
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