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Interest of• Louise Fresco
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Food, together with air and water are immediate needs of humans, rendering it an area of great importance for The Deep State.

Crisis

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Discussion of "food crises" in the commercially-controlled media almost always depict it as hypothetical, and focus only on the most graphic aspect: an acute shortfall in the quantity of food - i.e. famine. This overlooks the ongoing global food crisis — a decline in quality, which has seen a decrease in health. Many governments, especially the USA have rolled back safety standards about pollution in food.

Nutrition

Mass produced food has considerably less nutritional content that standard food. The 20th century has seen a major decline in the nutritional content of food, as a result of soil degradatoion.[1]

GM Food

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Industry

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The food industry...

Additives

80% of Pre-Packaged Foods in the USA contain chemicals which are banned in other countries.[2]

 

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Regulatory capture“The Food and Drug Administration. The FDA was charged with overseeing the manufacture of cereal, along with all other processed foods except meat and poultry, which were controlled by the Department of Agriculture. It steadfastly refused, however, to see sugar as a threat to the public's health. Moreover, it repeatedly declined to require food manufacturers to disclose, on their packaging, exactly how much sugar they were adding to their products... Where Washington had failed to act, two men working on behalf of the public took the Big Three on themselves. One was an enterprising dentist, Ira Shannon, with the Veterans Administration Hospital in Houston, who [in 1975], alarmed by the exploding rates of tooth decay he’d seen in his young patients, decided that he’d had enough. (By one estimate, there were at any given moment one billion unfilled cavities in American mouths.) So the dentist took a trip to his local supermarkets, brought seventy-eight brands of cereal back to his lab, and proceeded to measure the sugar content of each with damning precision. A third of the brands had sugar levels between 10 percent and 25 percent. Another third ranged up to an alarming 50%, and eleven climbed even higher still — with one cereal, Super Orange Crisps, packing a sugar load of 70.8%. When each cereal brand was cross-referenced with TV advertising records, the sweetest brands were found to be the ones most heavily marketed to kids during Saturday morning cartoons.”Michael Moss2013


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