Groceries is a must-read book that uncovers the dark side of the grocery industry, exposing unfair workers' conditions, health risks of food, and lack of integrity by food producers. Benjamin Lorr's five years of research reveals the high human misery and environmental damage caused by Americans' insatiable desire for low-cost, high-quality, and convenient food. Despite some flaws in writing style and structure, the book provides detailed insights into the grocery industry and makes readers more mindful of the people involved in providing their groceries.Best for
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I got less than half way thru the book and I stopped reading it. I can’t recall ever doing this before. A good editor would have made this book WAY less wordy and to the point. Maybe I will go back to it someday…after skipping a few hundred pages.
The topic and information is interesting, but the reader hast to wade through over written prose, opinion instead of fact, and contrivance. Could be so much better with a rigorous edit.
We all know every industry has secrets but this book reveals the lowdown on the grocery business -- plus reveals a side of humanity we don't want to think exists. This is a must read.
who would've thought the food chain could be so corrupt and unhealthy. I recommend reading this book. now I buy local and organic
Wow. Amazing author. Well researched. Written from his personal, honest insights. Lovw the vreath of topics he covers and how his links them together. Also love the word cog and that he uses it often. Must read.
Well written, this is a very interesting look at the food markets we all visit and the products they carry. Lots of things you never considered are revealed in an easy to read manner that makes you really think about them. Highly recommended.
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