Wouldn't you like to have more healthy selections in your grocery or supermarket?
Supermarkets already stock the healthiest things: fresh fruits and vegetables. It's your choice whether you buy healthy foods or stick to the unhealthy options.
Are you thinking more like organic, pesticide free fruits and vegetables.. That'd be great! But I don't think it is going to happen, because they have to produce in great masses.
For "hardcore" health folks the best option is probably to buy directly from farmers. I do that sometimes, but it is more expensive.
But like sasanqua said, you can still get healthy food in the supermarkets.
Most supermarkets have healthy selections if you know how to shop. It's all about shopping for ingredients, not prepackaged meals and snacks. Stick to the outside aisles, and cook from scratch (or as close to scratch as you're comfortable with). If we choose better options at the grocery store, that's what the store will stock more of. And eventually, the variety will increase as demand is created.
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