The Sunday New York Times has an interesting article about US agricultural policy.
" There's invariably something risky, if not risible, about allowing Congress to decide what's for dinner. Bad decisions about agriculture have defined government policy for the last century; 70 percent of our nation's farms have been lost to bankruptcy or consolidation... the food it produces just doesn't taste very good."
Read the whole article at the jump.
Amber Fields of Bland by Dan Barber