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Resource ID: #15443
Subject: Food
Source: Rolling Stone
Affiliation: 
Date: Nov. 26, 1998

Description

From slaughterhouse to styrofoam, this is the story about the dark side of the American diet. A generation ago, three-quarters of the meals consumed in the United States were made at home. Today, most of the meals that Americans eat are prepared outside the home, mainly at fast-food restaurants. The rise of the fast-food industry has changed not only what Americans eat but also how their meals are made - at every step , from the farm to the ovens in a commercial kitchen.

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