High-fructose corn syrup isn’t the first glimpse of trouble in farm land.  Food editor Ruth Reichl layed a few highlights out for the press.

“Secondly, there’s the 2007 Farm Bill, which “may be the single most important piece of legislation impacting our lives,” since “it subsidizes the wrong kind of food,” such as corn, which is used to produce high-fructose corn syrup, a common sweetener, and milk loaded with hormones and antibiotics.”

Link to Article: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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