Food Redemption Thesis

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Food Redemption The United States, the nation of enlightenment and prosperity is continuously setting example for other countries around the globe; America is leading the world in technology, military, medicine, and many other fields, yet the great nation fails to overcome the obesity dilemma that is conquering Americans of all ages, genders, and ethnicities. Statics conducted by Dr. Jeffery Levi suggest that Americans will have obesity rates that exceed 44 percent nationwide over the course of the next 20 years. These statics without doubt will take place and Americans will find themselves facing a vital epidemic if the public does not show a demand for change. In order for us to find a solution; we must realize that we have a problem!…show more content…
Production companies that are in control of the food industry are running an oligopoly; they are a few firms controlling the entire field thus determining details down to the seed, indeed one can argue that there are thousands of brand names on the grocery store shelf but when tracing back to the original source one will find that the manufacturers of these brands are repeated names of a few companies. Having a small number of companies in control of a vast chain paralyzes Americans from having a say, usually in business rises a vast competition to obtain the consumer, but when there is only a small number of companies; producers have the flexibility to manipulate the product without having to worry about losing the customer to another…show more content…
Ultimately this is a shameful situation in which it is proven that the United States is not serving to protect the civilians, preferably the government is protecting companies that are not only is this a shameful situation to be in because of the lack of respect that other nations have for us, but
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