Very interesting read from Michael Pollan. It's short but makes lots of sense to me. As someone who tries to eat local as much as possible and I'd like to see and would certainly be willing to support "a diversified, regional food economy" and expect I'm not alone. Now if someone could find a way for us to afford the said "regional food economy" I'd really appreciate it. Anyone? Anyone?
Other comments on Pollan's opinion piece: Locally (Mobile!)
But I thought this Pollan piece is so far my favorite (excepting Harry Balzer - groan). My counter point later.
Thanks to the New York Times for letting Big (Evil) Food be a topic of criticism.