August 2001 Issue
In Horror of What Corporate Food Giants May Plan Next: Organic Twinkies?
Organic food is now part of the mainstream U.S. food supply, thanks to a growing demand for food grown without pesticides, hormones or antibiotics. But a current trend in organic food production has EN concerned. As megacorporations step in to meet growing demand, organic production is moving away from small-scale family farms and increasingly resembling conventional corporate farms, minus the chemicals. According to a recent article in The New York Times Magazine, half of all organic food is now produced
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