“What is healthy food?” The answer to this question has evolved from looking at the quantities of specific nutrients (good and bad) to evaluating food for its literal and symbolic freshness, all in the pursuit of nutrient density — getting the most from the inherent goodness of food. In addition to being the biggest pillar for premium occasions, nutrient density has cultural importance in our understanding of what is good, healthy and distinctive about food.

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Report: Hartman ACT Food Culture Summits

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