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Initial post: May 8, 2006 11:23:13 AM PDT
Baphomet says:
Is this book basically a critical analysis, or does it veer into divisive politics? I mean, for example does it take cheap shots at political parties, etc. I have no problem if it places blame where it's due, but I am interested in this book for its topic, and am not interested in polemics. Please advise.

In reply to an earlier post on May 26, 2007 6:34:49 PM PDT
J. Barton says:
This book exposes how the corporations were influencial in the creation of the USDA Food Pyramid and their nutritional guidelines. It is less concerned with political parties and more concerned with how the problem got to be where it is.
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Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health (California Studies in Food and Culture)
Food Politics: How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health (California Studies in Food and Culture) by Marion Nestle (Hardcover - March 4, 2002)
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