Wanted: Big Food Fix

I’ve been away for a stretch, and my family and I haven’t missed the pervasive environment of junk food back home in the USA. Health experts and concerned citizens have discussed the matter in detail while offering ambitious solutions, but without wide-scale environmental changes, junk food will continue to dominate much of our food landscape. Natasha Singer condenses the realities today in The New York Times.

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