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Lempert, Phil
December 2006
Progressive Grocer;12/1/2006, Vol. 85 Issue 18, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on the efforts of food industry in the U.S. to make nutritional corrections to their ingredients. In 2006, nutrition expert Marion Nestle delivered the book, What to Eat, which is about losing weight. A recent study by ACNielsen looked to quantify how consumers feel about being fat, and what they think are the reasons.


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