I think the argument is in the wrong place, it shouldn’t be about where our food comes from but whether the food is good for you. It doesn’t matter if the food came from the other side of the world as long as it’s fresh. And it won’t be from the other side of the world because the distance that the food would have to travel would take so much time that it wouldn’t be up to “code” when it got there. It would be self regulating. This seems to stemming more from an economic standpoint, and we shouldn’t be determining what our kids eat because of what it’s going to do of our economy. This is one field that if we needed food from other countries we buy it and create economic security elsewhere.