Federal subsidies for food production

March 11, 2010 at 3:30 am 2 comments

Via PCRM, a coalition of physicians and laypersons that promotes preventative medicine:

The Farm Bill, a massive piece of federal legislation making its way through Congress, governs what children are fed in schools and what food assistance programs can distribute to recipients. The bill provides billions of dollars in subsidies… Fruit and vegetable farmers receive less than 1 percent of government subsidies.

Related: A food revolution.

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