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Your food: whose choice?

, : Your food: whose choice?. Your food: whose choice?: vi + 205 pp.

Food choice is discussed under the chapter headings: Food choice and the consumer; Biology and the senses - do you eat what you like or like what you eat?; Culture, identity and psychology - eating what the others eat; Advertising and labelling - how much influence?; Less money, less choice - poverty and diet in the UK today; From high street to hypermarket - food retailing in the 1990s; Food quality - what does it mean?; Freedom of choice - principles and practice; Food law and regulation - is the consumer voice heard?; and Science at the supermarket - what's on the menu tomorrow?.

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