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From the Publisher"Readers will . . . benefit from a helpful glossary of terms and a resource guide including books, films, and websites. . . . Summing up: Recommended. Lower-level undergraduates and above; general readers."
"Overall, Fast food and Junk food: An Encyclopedia of What We Love to Eat is a useful and interesting text covering a wide range of subjects and is appropriate for many academic and public libraries."
"Compared to the 1st edition, this set provides 270 new entries (many of which focus on other countries), and provides updated and expanded entries of those previously published. For public and academic libraries needing this type of information, this is a good source of information."