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Martin Cohen has no formal conflicts of interests although in a wider sense he is a long-time campaigner on ecological issues and the author of a recent book advancing philosophical and sociological arguments for a more ethical and holistic approach to food. He is affiliated with the Belgian Association of Meat Science and Technology, an independent and academic non-profit organisation, grouping various Belgian scientists. He is a member of the scientific committee of the Institute Danone Belgium on a non-remunerated basis. But food trends are far more political — and economically motivated — than it seems. From ancient Rome, where Cura Annonae — the provision of bread to the citizens — was the central measure of good government, to 18th-century Britain, where the economist Adam Smith identified a link between wages and the price of corn, food has been at the centre of the economy. Politicians have long had their eye on food policy as a way to shape society. Over in Ireland, the ease of growing the recently imported potato plant led to most people living off a narrow and repetitive diet of homegrown potato with a dash of milk. When potato blight arrived, a million people starved to death, even as the country continued to produce large amounts of food — for export to England.