The bumper sticker says it all: "If I am what I eat, than I'm fast, cheap and easy."
Last year, Americans spent more than a half-trillion dollars dining out. Thirty-eight percent of that sum — more than $138 billion — was spent on fast food raised on massive factory farms, shot full of preservatives, often fried and served in large portions. Drive-through windows encourage a mindless consumption of that food, often alone and on the run.
"We're moving to a culture of 24/7 snacking and eating...Full Story