Adam Drewnowski

University of Washington

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Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Washington's School of Public Health and Director of its Nutritional Sciences Program

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There's a growing backlash against industrialized food production, including tomatoes and chickens that don't taste right and aren't genuinely nutritious.

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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.

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