Fast food nation : what the all-American meal is doing to the world / Eric Schlosser Schlosser, Eric

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Schlosser, Eric
Convenience foods - United States.; USA.; Ernährung.
Britain eats more fast food than any other country in Europe. It looks good, tastes good, and it's cheap. But the real cost never appears on the menu. This book tells the story of Britains love's affair with fast food. The author visits the lab that re-created the smell of strawberries ; examines the safety records of abattoirs ; reveals why fries taste so good ; and what really lurks between the sesame buns - and shows how fast food is transforming not only our diets but our world.
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