The U.S. and EU defintely do NOT have the most sustainable food plans. Both of these countries rely heavily upon agricultural subsidies in order to make their agricultural industries at all competitive. Subsidies by their nature are not sustainable, unless their governments plan on paying these subsidies forever (which is not sustainable either, but I digress because this is more of an allocation of resources issue at that point). If the US and EU (and all outher countries) dropped agricultural subsidies, and only produced crops that they had a competitive advantage in producing, then the worldwide agricultural sector would be much more sustainable as a whole (developing countries would be able to raise alot of revenue by selling their cheaper crops in mass quantities to richer countries).
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