A Few Thoughts On the Business of Food

November 2010
Forbes Asia;Nov2010, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p120
The article presents quotes from several readers of the journal "Forbes Asia," which include Somerset Maugham on rules on food, Hari Dass on dieting, and Samuel Johnson on weight loss.


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