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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

a garden runs through it

According to most sources, the agricultural revolution is in its twilight. The next frontier is food storage and distribution. The United States has been dealing with this challenge by growing and processing billions of tons of carbohydrates that can be kept shelf stable for eons. Meat and vegetables, which many people would prefer to eat fresh (or properly aged) present greater logistical problems. Should it be treated from the demand side or the supply side?

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