It’s a myth that chips are cheaper than broccoli. They’re not. So what’s stopping people from eating more healthfully?
Is junk food really cheaper? Is that economic factor the only one that has led to increasingly obesity rates in the Unites States? What about cultural changes to families' division of labor within the house? Agricultural changes in production as well as urban systems of consumption all play a role in this complex system. Economics, culture, urban and agriculture are all interconnected in this article.
Via Seth Dixon