While preparing to write this blog entry, I found an interesting posting on topic by Ryan Redmond, here. You can tell Ryan’s focus is a little different, because his posting is titled “Flavor.” He explains that the Tomato committee manages consistency in terms of costs; production limits; marketing; distribution reach; shape, size and color of product. BUT NOT FLAVOR. The committee says flavor is too subjective, leaving Redmond to ask:
What?! Flavor is not a factor?
Since when did the production of food cease to be about flavor?
And he’s got some interesting answers to his question, check him out.