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    Wheat, Bread, Noodles and Global Competition for Food

    World's population over 7 Billion

    Wheat, Bread, Noodles and Global Competition


    - Alan Caruba
    Thursday, October 20, 2011

    My late Mother used to bake her own breads, along with cookies, cakes, and pies. I miss the taste of freshly baked bread and I miss the aroma that floated from the kitchen to the rest of the house. The author of several cookbooks, she knew a lot about the history of foods. Much of history was shaped by the development of agriculture, the growing of grains.

    In the Middle East, it wasn’t called the Fertile Crescent for nothing. In Rome there were public ovens. The bakers of ancient Greece had a worldwide reputation. Much later when French peasants could not get bread, it sparked a revolution. “Let them eat cake
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    most people dont know that the large farms in this country are owned by foreign corporations.....

    they do not have to sell food to America in accordance with free trade agreements

    as they push small farms out of business and the dollar falling in strength

    I see Famine coming to America as China buys your food and you watch it shipped off to foreign lands for consumption
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