He writes as part of his advocacy for food labels:
Yes forced, not all of us live in a big city with access to 100% organicBut is there any justification from a libertarian perspective to demand coercion (in this case labeling) simply because a person lives in a jurisdiction where a product isn't provided?
I am sure there are few symphony orchestras that pass by his log cabin or NBA basketball teams, should they be coerced to provide their product near him?
Life is about tradeoffs, if you want to be able to attend symphony orchestra performances, NBA basketball games or buy food that is clearly marked organic, you need to be near a population size that justifies providing such services. If you prefer the chirp of crickets, well then that is a lifestyle choice.
You can't have both your log cabin lifestyle and access to a subway at the same time.