Frances Moore Lappé had a few things to say at Cornell recently about some accountability for the economic focus on the highest return to existing wealth.  But she’s not just talking about money, she’s talking about how there’s enough food to feed the world.  We’re just not doing it.

“Who asked for Fruit Loops?” Her answer: CEOs of food conglomerates who benefit economically from taking the good things like fiber out of food and putting in what humans do not need, such as high fructose corn syrup, trans fat and salt.

Link to Article: The Cornell Daily Sun

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