I found myself on a plane this week to mingle and speak at the Independent Natural Food Retailers Association (INFFRA) conference in Minnesota. As the great desert gave way to the patchwork of midwestern fields, I was awed by the amount of food being produced beneath me.
The vast quantity of land and resources we have concentrated in this central breadbasket provides an abundance of inexpensive food.
In some ways, our food has never been so cheap, and in other ways, it has never been so expensive. Continue reading “Can We Really Afford to Pay For Cheap Food Any Longer?”