If you’ve studied psychology you know about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. It’s a theoretical pyramid of the human condition devised by psychologist Abraham Maslow. At the base of the pyramid are fundamental needs such as air, water and food.
Last week, in a packed auditorium in a town north of Des Moines, Iowa, one of Maslow’s basic human needs was in the spotlight. Our food supply, our ability to sustain life, was a matter of intense interest. Continue reading ‘Food Fight’