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Appetite for profit Appetite for profit :
Food industry and trade--United States.
Nutrition--United States.
Food habits--United States.
Food Industry--economics--United States--Popular Works.
Food Habits--United States--Popular Works.
Food Industry--ethics--United States--Popular Works.
Food Preferences--United States--Popular Works.
Health Status--United States--Popular Works.
Nutrition Policy--United States--Popular Works.
Illustrative Content
Geographic Coverage
United States
LCC: TX360.U6 S57 2006 (Source: dlc)
2006 O-050 (Source: dnlm)
WA 695 S595a 2006 (Source: dnlm)
TX360.U6 S56 2006 (Source: dnal)
Identified By
Lccn: 2007531196
Table Of Contents
Anatomy of a food corporation: why we can't trust them
Personal responsibility, energy balance, and other distractions
Freedom from choice: distortions of all-American values
Nutriwashing fast food
Nutriwashing processed foods
"Responsible marketing" to kids
Exposing government complicity
Co-opting the science
Eating in the dark: nutrition labeling in restaurants
Battling big food in schools
Regulating junk food marketing to children
Scapegoating the lawyers
The bigger picture
App.1. Anti-glossary
App.2. Guide to industry groups and spin doctoring
App.3. Myth vs. reality: nutrition labeling at fast-food and other chain restaurants
App.4. Taking back our schools
App.5. Protect your legal rights
App.6. Resources for positive change.
Authorized Access Point
Simon, Michele (Michele R.) Appetite for profit