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  • Sharon Lipinski

    Great points. I hope the original article served to remind people that our actions have consequences. There are no easy answers to the problems facing this world. If increased quinoa consumption has the effect of making it an unaffordable food choice for the local population, then maybe the right thing to do is to decrease our quinoa consumption.

  • Emily Pasnak-Lapchick

    Really enjoyed this post. Thank you for bringing it back to the heart of the issue and unpacking some of the myths in the column. We need to start working on sustainable food production while ensuring that the people producing the food are paid a living wage and treated well.

    Thanks, Dave!