Lawmakers in Vermont are looking to regulate food labels so customers can know which products are made from genetically modified crops, but agricultural giants Monsanto say they will sue if the state follows through.
I really like this article because it seems almost more personal. Obviously the global effects of shipping food, such as pollution, are all many can talk about when arguing to eat locally. However I find that most people are out of sight out of mind kind of people and won't necessarily consider these risks important because they are not immediately affected. This article however makes some of the more personal, individual arguments for eating locally such as knowing what your local foods look like or how your surroundings look.
A fast food restaurant in a century-old Georgian mansion.
While in many foreign countries, McDonald's is more upscale, not so in the United States...expect in this Long Island location apparently. Restaurants sell more than food; they sell a brand, ambiance and a cultural feel. This is an odd experiment in the United States where the brand is synonymous with "cheap."
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