All food companies are the same in two respects. It doesn’t matter whether you see them as junk-food sinners or health-food saints. It doesn’t matter whether they manufacture Twinkies on a mile-long production line or hand-form organic soy burgers to sell in the Williams-Sonoma catalog.
They all have this in common: First, they don’t care if you eat the food, as long as you repeatedly buy it. Second, they want to make a profit.
No food company is in business to make us fat, they’re in business to sell us food. If we want fattening food to mindlessly eat, companies will fix it. But they will also fix us healthy food that we can mindfully eat if they can profitably do so.”