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A Closer Look at Where Our Food Comes From

Issue December 2009

To address an increasing interest from both consumers and health professionals in where our food comes from, IFIC has developed a series of resources on modern food production.  These resources help address common questions about today’s food system—and how different food production methods contribute to our food supply, offer unique perspectives from experts in food and agricultural production, and the actual farmers who produce our food. These resources are now available on FoodInsight.org.

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