people will always love delicious food. we can't fault ourselves or eachother for that. what i'd like to see would be purveyors of the small/slow food movement receive the same subsidies and tax benefits the mega farmers/food processors do, so healthy, delicious, artisanal food could be produced and sold for a price point that is both profitable for the small business while being more accesible to more people. I don't need the exclusivity/luxury/class component to thoroughly enjoy a really quality bowl of granola (when I do splurge). But more often than not (in my tax bracket) I opt for savings, and make the really good granola myself at home instead.
Twee Food: Debating the Brooklyn Artisanal Food Movement New York Magazine
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