Field to Fork: An Annual Study of Food Attitudes and Perceptions [INFOGRAPHIC]

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8 thoughts on “Field to Fork: An Annual Study of Food Attitudes and Perceptions [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. Being in Australia it’s interesting to read on the differences between US laws and ours. One of the best things about my local area are the community gardens in schools and even some shopping centres near by. I agree that more money needs be spent on the future generation and nurturing their future food needs!

    We have a balcony at home on which we grow various herbs, lettuce, tomatoes & strawberries. Luckily for our sunny Sydney weather, (even in winter) I have tomatoes coming through and strawberries. I appreciate how hard my (tiny meager) crops have to survive an urban winter to grow, do my appreciation of food for the masses is tenfold in this :)

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