Another interesting quote: "Food-related deaths are far more common than those resulting from terrorism, yet the F.D.A.’s budget is about one-fifteenth that of Homeland Security." He proposes disbanding the USDA and subsidizing "home cooking" and "healthful foods." (Could this be a contradiction?) He wants to ban concentrated animal feeding operations and encourage sustainable production of meat. That means more expensive meat- is he ok with that? Sort of, I guess, since he says he wants vegetables to be a larger part of our diet.
Overall he's got many proposals, and honestly I mostly agree with him, but the world is complicated. See if you can think of some of the unintended consequences of this guy's proposed policies and list them in the comments.