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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: Rockefeller Foundation's Plan to Restructure the US Food System

Tessa Cunningham
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Published on 26 Oct 2020 / In People and Blogs

The Rockefeller Foundation is harnessing the COVID 19 pandemic event to introduce a far-reaching overhaul of the US food production and distribution system.

Entitled, "Reset the Table," the project intends to shift distribution of taken-for-granted fresh foods to a medical-pharmaceutical model and to locales such as public schools, already enforcers of mental health, vaccination, and ideological protocols.

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