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Bell, Ian
November 2006
Marketing (00253650);11/29/2006, p35
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of the author on weight-management products. At a time when obesity levels are increasing and governments have been forced to deploy the 'food police' with increasing force, weight-management products are on a downward trend. Television programmes like "Too Fat to Walk?," "Honey We're Killing the Kids," and "You Are What You Eat," are giving a tough time to factory-prepared solutions.


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