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Christopher Anosike March 27, 2014 Professor Palpalini Legal Studies 1101 PELLMAN V. MCDONALD’S CORPORATION Facts: The plaintiffs have alleged that the practices of McDonalds in making and selling their products are deceptive and that this deception has caused the minors who have consumed fast food products to injure their health by becoming obese. Americans spend more than $110 billion on fast food each year. Today there are twice as many overweight children
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  • Spring '10
  • SamuelHodge
  • Nutrition, Malnutrition, fast food products, consumption of fast food products

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