Politics 101: Food and Politics

We need food every day because it gives us energy and keeps us alive. We can’t work well without food, and not eating enough can have big effects on how well we do in school and at work. Of course, you might not know what “food politics” means. It turns out that the food we eat has its own rules. In fact, the question of whether or not certain foods can be sold to the public has been the subject of much debate.
Fast food and essentials like cereal, oat nut butter, milk, rice, and more go through a lot behind the scenes. This is especially true with foreign products where we don’t know where they originate from. Before selling or distributing food in our nation, it must be thoroughly inspected.