Philip Howard

Michigan State University

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Professor of Community, Food and Agriculture at Michigan State University, he studies consolidation in the food industry

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Anheuser-Busch was a historic American company—but now it’s owned by InBev of Brazil. Miller and Coors also got together, and they’re now part of SABMiller of England.

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Anheuser-Busch was a historic American company—but now it’s owned by InBev of Brazil. Miller and Coors also got together, and they’re now part of SABMiller of England.

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