A Rhetorical Analysis Of Don 'T Blame The Eater' By

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I believe that out of the four essays that we have read, the essay that present the best and most powerful argument is “Don’t Blame the Eater by David Zinczenko. Zinczenko’s argument is that private organizations have the responsibility to provide consumers with enough information in order to decide what to eat. He begins his argument by presenting his position when he was a kid and how he did not have a choice other than fast food. He claim “Then as now, these were the only available options for an American kid to get an affordable meal” (Zinczenko, 2015, p462 & 463). Zinczenko also mention how he was lucky enough to be able to change his eating habit and to learn how to manage his diet. However, as he stated “Most of the teenagers who live, as I…show more content…
That’s one argument. But where, exactly, are consumers---particularly teenagers---supposed to find alternatives?” ” (Zinczenko, 2015, p463). I believe that he try to make argument that fast food restaurant are everywhere and the alternative are limited. Once he make clear of the problem and who he believe that is the main responsible, then he presents the argument about the lack of approach that this industry has to try to provide consumers with proper information in order for then to be able to make the right choice. I love the way that he end the essay by putting the problem back to whom he believe own it. Zinczenko end his argument as follow: “And I’d say the industry is vulnerably. Fast-food companies are marketing to children a product with proven health hazards and no warning labels. They would do well to protect themselves and their customers, by providing the nutrition information people need to make informed choice about their products. Without such warnings, we’ll see more sick, obese children and more angry, litigious parents. I say, let the deep-fried chips fall where they may” (Zinczenko, 2015,
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