Updated 13 days ago
At GoodFood World, we are part of a growing number of concerned food advocates determined to restore a nutritious, equitable, and culturally satisfying good food economy. Large urban populations are now living separated from natural food sources and have become ignorant of both the effort it takes to produce good food and the important role food plays in their lives. All food is not equal and, in fact, bad food is making us sick (Nestle, 2013)... GoodFood World provides affordable consulting services to local and regional food-based businesses to enable them to compete with the national and global corporations that monopolize our food system... Before the Second World War, our food had a traditional and primarily local character. With the incorporation of food processing technology in the 1950s, growing capitalization, mass advertising, and the federal government's modernization assistance, we lost control of our food, health, and much of our natural food support system to industrial..