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  • Important Read

    Somewhat sensationalistic, and definitely comes off as biased against big companies quite a bit. But important to help people understand the choices they make at the grocery store.

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  • Very enlightening

    I will look at food differently from now on.

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  • Salt Sugar Fat

    Powerful and concise writing. Confirms my suspicions of the 'centre' of grocery stores. This is a wonderful tool to encourage further reading on our options to the industrial food described in this book. Options that include understanding local food sourcing and the advantages of eating food as it exists naturally. A good addition to my library along with books like Omnivores' Dilemma (Michael Pollen) and Why We Get Fat (Gary Taubes).

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  • Corporate Greed

    Well researched, well written and engaging, this book provides insights into how giant food companies work and how they influence the food choices of the general public. As usual money is the motivation and public health is left by the wayside. Very interesting reading.

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  • Fascinating and revealing

    A fascinating read detailing how our entire food supply has changed, and how to best deal with the reality of factory food

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