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Food movement loses battles but will win war

| | November 13, 2012

An election that saw great strides for women, gay men and lesbians  and even pot smokers  left the nascent food movement scratching its collective head. We’re going to see marijuana legalized before we see a simple change in food labeling that’s favored by more than 90 percent of Americans? Or a tax on soda, a likely contributor to the obesity problem?

Money, lies and mistakes crushed the forward-thinking votes in California, but these are battles lost in a war that will be won. The notions that we need to know what’s in our food and that food should not be harmful have not been defeated. It’s a question of finding the right strategy.

View the original article here: The Food Movement Takes a Beating

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