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How A Few Big Food Companies Control What You Eat by Philip H. Howard and Mary Hendrickson

Consolidation within the food industry has given a limited number of corporations enormous power to make decisions about what food is produced how, where and by whom, and who gets to eat it. Agribusiness executives and government policymakers often praise the U.S. food system for producing abundant and affordable food. In fact, however, food costs are rising, and shoppers in many parts of the U.S. have limited access to fresh, healthy products. This isn’t just an academic argument. Even before the current pandemic, millions of people in the U.S. went hungry. In 2019 the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimated that over 35 million people were “food insecure,” meaning they did not have reliable access to affordable, nutritious food.

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