Personally I find most people (paleohackers and athletes excluded) only supplement because they feel bad... hence the need for whole aisles at Vitamin Shoppes directed towards "Colon Health" and "Energy". PH'ers only supplement when needed. The vitamin/supplement industry would take a massive hit due to the lack of people needing sleep aids, energy drinks and pills, and not having cafo dairy to procure protein supplements, would no longer get the massive margins on selling/marketing a protein powder that costs fractions of a penny to produce.
What would I like to see? A government that isn't involved in our food sources, farmers not being motivated to grow anything besides what the market dictates and what the need is. Food safety taken care of by advocacy groups like UL or an organization similar, where the producer has to pay to receive a certification perhaps... with watchdog groups on all sides keeping everyone honest.
A government that isn't in the business of "health" and minds it's own effing business - doesn't give us a bogus food pyramid or attempt to sell us on the latest CW, based on lobbyists and state reps that need the agricultural business. A government that doesn't hand over our healthcare interests to the ones that sh*t in the bed and got us into this mess in the first place (insurance and pharma).
A world where soy is grown abundantly, and only used for biofuel.
A world where food technology is spent using combinations of soil, hydroponics, and technique (crop rotation, soil/water/nitrogen nutritive analysis) to make our plant food sources even more nutritive without pesticides/fungicides/etc., not just easier to transport.
A world where sustainable hunting is maintained through open re-breeding/re-stocking, instead of just shortening the hunting seasons when reproduction is down, measures should be taken to re-stock meat game (similar to fish restocking in lakes and streams), by re-introducing farmed game back into the wild during reproductive seasons.
A return to "open ranging" lifestock raising (ala Early Scotland and Early US/Mexico sheep/cattle driving) where more animals can be sustained without destroying the environment. Where this isn't possible, improved research and efforts towards optimizing cattle field rotations with other livestock to allow better grass and more variety in meats.
Most important to this locavore - a return to a "local market" economy. I'd give up my Hass avocados to have better access to the food grown locally that isn't a local speciality like oranges or strawberries (Florida here).
Sorry this is kinda long, with a Hippy/Libertarian bent, but hey - I've given this question thought before...