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Fast food giants may be partly culpable, but so are farmers, consumers, supermarkets, town planners and the media.
Governments are also at fault: subsidies on grain and livestock products, for instance, have created enormous overproduction in the developed world.
That glut must go somewhere, so boosting public consumption of cheap foods is a must for our agro-industrial food system.
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