On Friday, we brought you the "Terrible 10," which comprised the worst aspects of America's food scene. For today, we decided to brighten up your Monday with a more glass-half-full post. The "Terrific 10" was created by the Center for Science in the Public Interest in honor of Food Day on October 24. The "Terrific 10" is a series of positive food-related concepts rather than a list of healthy foods. Instead, the Terrific 10 highlights some of the positive changes happening in the food world today.
Check out the "Terrific 10" slideshow below: