Dana Cvetan

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It’s one thing to want to eat healthy in order to stay healthy, but quite another when serious health issues make dietary changes imperative. That’s when knowing who to trust really matters, whether that means food manufacturers, food retailers, or advice givers.

Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and now, its aftermath, consumers are managing the rising costs of living, looking proactively for foods that will protect their health and well-being, and trying to discern which businesses a…

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Dana Cvetan is a freelance writer based in Barrington, Ill. ([email protected]).
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