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Parasite, The Supersizers Go, and Food Poverty

Evaluate, summarize: The term good food is weighted—foods that are good are healthy, nourishing, and often expensive. Bad foods are cheap, disposable junk. Historically, rich people have been the arbiters of which foods are good and which foods are bad, while also acting as the gatekeepers for who has access to good foods.

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