by Marion Nestle
May 2 2013

World Nutrition celebrates ten years of Food Politics

The May issue of World Nutrition, the online journal of the World Public Health Nutrition Association, features commentary on–and excerpts from the tenth anniversary edition of Food Politics.

Contents: World Nutrition 2013, 4, 5, 271-295.

Geoffrey Cannon on “The heavy hitter,”  page 271

Michael Pollan on “The game changer,”  page 273

Excerpts from Marion Nestle’s Preface: “Standing up and speaking out,” page 275

Excerpts from Marion Nestle’s Afterword:

  • Our children are not protected, page 279
  • Let’s Move–Where?  page 280
  • Obesity, page 281
  • Marketing to children, page 282
  • School meals, page 287
  • Sugared soft drinks, page 290
  • Dawn is breaking, 293

World Nutrition says: Readers may make use of the material in this column if acknowledgement is given to the book’s publisher. Please cite as: Nestle M. Food is a political issue. World Nutrition May 2013, 4,5, 270-295. Obtainable at www.wphna.org. 

Comments

Going to get this. Hope it’s not a disappointment.

  • Hart Oldenburg
  • May 4, 2013
  • 7:42 pm

I have solved obesity, its correction, its prevention Its for sale while food science has wasted trillions for nothing. I condemned the pyramid guide in 1992 as a disaster. Worse than I predicted!
Your choice: gain some clean years and live!

  • Joe
  • May 5, 2013
  • 3:19 pm

I’l check it out, thanks.

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