Will America See a Food Revolution?

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One-third of America's tomato crop is infused with pesticides, picked green and turned red artificially. The US State Department admits some is produced by slave labor. Factory-raised chickens grow too fast and get too big; they taste like rubber and threaten the future of traditional breeds. Evidence against the abuses of modern agriculture is creating a new movement of people who don't want to eat industrialized food any more. But better tasting, more nutritional food is expensive, and the movement may be limited to the favored few.


Barry Estabrook - food writer and author - @barry_estabrook, Xenia - Rainbow Ranch Farms, Marion Nestle - New York University - @marionnestle, Adam Drewnowski - University of Washington

Warren Olney

Katie Cooper, Andrea Brody, Caitlin Shamberg