Fast Food Nation

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Unformatted text preview: United States Deartment of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, Science and Technology, Microbiology Division, April 1996. fatal in about one out of… cases: Mead et al., “Food-Related Illness and Death.” “a food for the poor”: David Gerard Hogan, Selling ’Em by the Sack (New York: New York University Press, 1997), p. 22. “The hamburger habit is just about as safe”: Quoted ibid., p. 32. 198 “nothing but White Castle Hamburgers and water”: By the end of the experiment the student was eating up to two dozen hamburgers a day. Quoted ibid., p. 33; Tennyson, Hamburger Heaven, p. 24. pork had been the most popular: Interview with James Ratchford, American Meat Institute. almost half of the employment in American agriculture… annual revenues generated by beef: National Cattlemen’s Beef Association Fact Sheet. More than two-thirds of those hamburgers were bought: Cited in David Theno, “Raising the Bar to Ensure Safer Burgers,” San Diego Union-Tribune, August 27, 1997. children between the ages of seven and thirteen ate: A survey by McDonald’s once found that children under the age...
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