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Jumbo carrots being harvested at the Visser Brothers Farm. (Peter Power/The Globe and Mail/Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)
Jumbo carrots being harvested at the Visser Brothers Farm. (Peter Power/The Globe and Mail/Peter Power/The Globe and Mail)

Why Canada needs a national food strategy Add to ...

Contrary to what it says on the stock ticker, food is not just any old commodity. As its more holistic advocates say, it's the subject of humankind's most intimate relationship: Food can give life and, through absence or extreme overindulgence, it can take life away.

Those who can afford to fill their bodies with it three-plus times a day use it to sustain families and friendships. We turn to it in times of depletion (nutritional or emotional) and celebration. Many of us spend untold hours watching shows or reading about and cooking up its endless manifestations.

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