Law For Food: The law affects what you eat. What you buy to eat affects the law.


Let me get this straight…
13 June 2008, 2:32 pm
Filed under: Economics of Eating, food politics, local v. industrial, Production

… Steven Dubner, co-author of the acclaimed book Freakonomics has a bad first experience making homemade orange sherbet. From this experience he concludes that locavorism is a waste of time. The article is so badly conceived (“A Few Billion Locavores”? Really?) that I have to suspect that something like the John Dvorak Effect is at play. Still, I found some of the comments to be worthwhile.

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