We all make assumptions about what we eat. We assume that our food won’t kill us because the people who grew it, trucked it in, and prepared it were careful. (I’m still alive to write this, despite some dicey take-out the other day.)
What about these larger assumptions: We assume that the mass production of food makes it cheaper and better, enabling us to feed everyone. We assume that the application of science and tech make for a more bountiful harvest of nutritious food. Do you think those assumptions are true?
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