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Everyone Who Eats Food Is a Farmer!

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By Denesse Willey In most parts of the world, people must secure each day the food they are going to eat. About three-quarters of the world's population are considered subsistence farmers, so most people who eat are farmers. In the developed world, people who eat hire others to do the farming for them. Are we compensating, in a sustainable way, all those who bring food to all those who eat? This question has three parts to it, or three groups of food laborers. Subsistence farmers who, by the sweat of their brow, provide most of the daily caloric intake for themselves and their families are,...

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