(America’s) Farm policies have made low-nutritional commodities exceptionally cheap, providing the food industry with enormous incentive to market processed foods comprised mainly of refined grains and added sugars. In contrast, vegetables, whole fruits, legumes, nuts and high-quality proteins are much more expensive and, in “food deserts,” often unavailable.
I hate my mum’s phone and I wish she never had one. That is a invention that I don’t like.
Me too, kid. It’s a sad comment on our generation, and our mass addiction.
Teachers report that some British children began teasing eastern Europeans about Brexit in the playground.