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Paarlberg argues that we must not get caught up in a romantic image of local, organic, and slow foods, photo by Lee, Russell, 1940

Jul. 12, 2010

Mondays in July, we examine the global supply chain with stories from around the world about what we eat and why it matters. In a recent article in Foreign Policy magazine, Robert Paarlberg wrote that the West's obsession with local and organic food eclipses the bigger problem of world hunger. We invited him on to explain why.