The "food movement" has arrived

05/27/2010 | New York Review of Books, The

American consumers are slowly but surely rising up against cheap, industrialized food production, writes Michael Pollan in his review of five books related to food production. Animal welfare campaigners, poverty and health activists, environmentalists and regular consumers are finally cohering into a unified movement calling for simpler, healthier methods of producing our food, Pollan argues.

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