Michael Ruhlman helpfully turns some of Michael Pollan’s suggestions for building a better food industry into a list of bullet points. I don’t vehemently disagree with any of the suggestions, and I think some of them are downright brilliant.

My wife and I were discussing agricultural practices the other day, and I tossed off the suggestion that the packaging for every animal product (meat or dairy) sold in the grocery store should have a picture representative of the animal it came from in the conditions in which it was raised. I’m not against people eating meat, but I find the willful ignorance of most food consumers to be revolting.