Drawing from research conducted for his book Pure Adulteration, Benjamin Cohen, associate professor of engineering studies, shared insights with Public Books digital magazine about the country’s food system and how Americans struggle with perceptions of pure versus adulterated food.

Cohen’s interview is part of the magazine’s “Public Thinker” series, which features public scholars.

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