A group of national experts is in Fort Myers Tuesday to hold a discussion about the sustainability of this nation’s food supply. They’re expected to touch on big topics like the globalization of food and also some simple things consumers can do to make a difference. Rick Clugston is executive director of Earth Charter U-S-A. He says Americans need to reexamine their food priorities.
“Part of it is, it’s a question of what’s a better way to get our food. What’s a better way to eat...something that makes us healthier, something that makes the planet healthier, something that makes a better life for animals, a better life for workers, a better life for rural communities.”
Wednesday, 27 September 2006 01:00
Ethics of FoodWritten by WGCU Newsroom