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Jul
17
2007

Everyone loves to eat but, well, not everything you eat is good for you. And three of Spot-on’s writers, coming at this from three different perspectives, offered their thoughts on this topic recently.

Jonathan Ansfield chimes in today with a look at what’s going on in China. It’s not all good, some of it’s downright dangerous but in that, says Ansfield, there may be a real chance for real change in many aspects of how China does business, with its own people and outside its borders.

Kevin Weeks takes the first of a series of looks at the Farm Bill making its way through Congress. Same general idea – reform – some very different intentions.

P.J. Rodriguez writes, with some dismay, about the folks who think they know what they’re cooking until they make fools of themselves on TV. His piece is a nice companion to an earlier Food Network post that Kevin did, “White Jacket, Blue Collar.”

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