Sunday, October 12, 2008


Martin Klimas for The New York Times
The Food Issue

International food prices spiked almost 40 percent last year, indicating that the monetary price is finally catching up with the true costs of cheap food: obesity in the U.S., malnutrition in developing countries and environmental degradation everywhere. This issue is devoted to these problems and some possible solutions, many of them sprinkled throughout the essays and reports.

Farmer in Chief
By MICHAEL POLLAN: What the next president can and should do to remake the way we grow and eat our food.

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