Makes it tough to visit the supermarket. — 5 years ago
While I must admit that it’s fairly obvious throughout that this book originated as a series of articles, it’s definitely a thought-provoking tour through the kinds of production food in America (and Canada) sees today.
I spent the first section of the book exclaiming out loud and reading pieces to my husband. The second and third parts had less impact, but gave an important perspective on the first.
Not all of us can manage to cut ourselves partly or completely off from the industrial food complex, but for those who don’t see why it would ever be a goal, and even for those who need a little encouragement to get closer, this is an excellent read.