By James Wong
YOU could be forgiven for thinking we are living in the midst of a nutritional apocalypse. “You’d have to eat 10 tomatoes today to get the same level of nutrients as one in the 1950s,” declared an activist on the radio recently.
On Twitter, there was more of the same: “One would have to eat eight oranges today to derive the same amount of vitamin A our grandparents would have gotten from one.” And at a farming conference, a speaker proclaimed that modern farming means that fruit and vegetables have been “drained of their nutrients”, showing falls of “up …
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