Food and Commerce
Author Frederick Kaufman talked his book, Bet the Farm: How Food Stopped Being Food, on the influence of the financial industry, large food corporation, and federal policy on food as a form of commerce. He argued rising food prices around the world resulted from food being packaged and sold as a commodity on international trading markets. Mr. Kaufman also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. close
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