Welcome to Brazil, Where a Food Revolution Is Changing the Way People Eat

Over the last 30 years, big transnational food companies have aggressively expanded into Latin America. Taking advantage of economic reforms that opened markets, they’ve courted a consumer class that has grown in size due to generally increasing prosperity and antipoverty efforts. In recent years, Brazil has inscribed the right to food in its Constitution and reformed its federal school-lunch program to broaden its reach while bolstering local farms. And in 2014, the Ministry of Health released new dietary guidelines that emphasized unprocessed food. Read more from Bridget Huber’s report on food developments in Brazil in The Nation.

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