Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: ry 10, 1999. control about 20 percent of the live cattle in the United States: 1997 estimate of the Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration, cited in “Prepared Statement of Keith Collins.” See also “Captive Supplies — Who, What, When, Where and Why,” Colorado Farmer, October 1997. as much as 80 percent of the cattle being exchanged: Cited in Concentration in Agriculture, p. 31. “A free market requires”: Competition and the Livestock Market, p. v. 139 Eight chicken processors now control: Cited in Industry and Trade Summary: Poultry, p. 8. Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, and Mississippi now produce: Ibid., p. A-3. “I have an idea”: Quoted in Monci Jo Williams, “McDonald’s Refuses to Plateau,” Fortune, November 12, 1984. 140 a new breed of chicken: See Love, Behind the Arches, p. 342. the second-largest purchaser of chicken: Cited in Williams, “McDonald’s Refuses to Plateau.” A chemical analysis of McNuggets: The researcher was Dr. Frank Sacks, assistant professor of medicine at the Harvard University Medical School, and he utilized gas chromatography to analyze McNuggets for Science Digest. See “Study Raises Beef over Fast-Food Frying,” Chicago Tribune, March 11, 1986, and Irvin Molotsky,...
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