Canadians have achieved unprecedented levels of efficiency in the production and distribution of food. So how come it's undermining our health and well-being?
"The Food Wars have turned Canada into a colony, and a colonialist. Our agriculture has intensely specialized to satisfy the demand and supply of foreign markets, as adjudicated by a handful of corporations. Yet growing and preparing domestic food is becoming increasingly marginal to mainstream Canadian consumers. We rely more and more heavily on people inside and outside the country to do it for us."