Follow-Up: Do You Pay Attention to Where Your Food Comes From?
About the author: Dominic Bridgers was a summer intern in the Office of Public Affairs.
To be honest, I really don’t pay attention to where my food comes from. I usually eat whatever is in front of me.
I collected data from the July 14th Question of the Week: “Do you pay attention to where your food comes from?” Almost all of the commenters said they do pay attention to where their food comes from, and a handful of the bloggers are like me and just eat what is on their plate. The primary reason as to why people pay attention is health concerns. Something I found interesting was that everyone tends to buy their food from their local markets instead of purchasing foods from different countries.
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