THE ideal presidential candidate is not the only thing Americans have a hard time agreeing on; an ideological rift exists on certain food issues, too.
The International Food Information Council Foundation's "2016 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes Toward Food Safety, Nutrition & Health" examines how consumers differ in their attitudes on food issues. The results show that conservatives and liberals differ in their attitudes toward sus
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