Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: tle industry: and beef consumption, 142, 277n; and Beef Trust, 137; breeds of cattle, 255–56; and captive supplies,138, 142–43; chicken manure as cattle feed, 202–3; and disease, 201–4, 257; economic problems in, 136–38, 142–43, 144–47; and environmentalism,133–35; and European exports, 142; and fast food industry, 8–9; and hormones, 263; intimidation by meatpacking industry, 143–44; and land trusts, 145; “mad cow disease,” 202; secret pricing in, 143; suicide rates in, 146. See also Meatpacking industry Cattle King Packing Company, 218–19 CDC. See Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Census Bureau, 306n Center for Public Integrity, 210 Center for Science in the Public Interest, 54 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 195, 222, 240 Chain, Steve, 276n Chain Operators Exchange (COEX), 236–39, 290n Chamber of Commerce, U.S., 185 Chandler, Alfred D., 68–69 Chemical Market Reporter, 124 Cheskin, Louis, 97–98 Chevy’s, 73 Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, 1–2, 7, 275n Chicago, 16, 152–53, 155–57 Chicago Historical Society, 306n Chicago Tribune, 179 Chicken industry. See Poultry industry Chicken manure, 202–3 Chicken McNuggets, 139–40, 301n Chicken Shack, 98 Child labor and child labor laws, 73, 80, 82, 261, 262 Children: and Disney and Kroc, 33; and E. coli 0157:H7, 198–99; and hamburgers, 198; and heart attacks, 242; and hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), 199–200; impact of fast food industry on, 9; Interne...
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