How Is Food Policy Affecting Our Eating Habits?

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I think it's horrible the way that it's happening, our pricing structure, and our public policy is that too. We are paying people to grow the commodities like corn and soy and not to be growing fruits and vegetables and the whole kinds of grains that they could be eating. The result of that is you get really inexpensive fast foods high fructose corn syrup and processed white flour, and meat that has been fattened up on soya and corn, and it's expensive to get food the way it's intended to be grown, that's what we should be investing in.