The grocery store is laden with a foreign language birthed by food developers and manufacturers.
Our food supply has become complicated, full of polysyllabic words and pithy acronyms, often appearing as a secret code that needs deciphering. Make your shopping seamless with this practical pocket-guide dictionary of food additives.
This book lets you know which ingredients to avoid and why. So small and convenient, it can be tossed in your purse or briefcase for your next supermarket excursion. From Conari Press, 2009.
“More than a quick reference, this is the definitive guide for the health-conscious shopper.”
– Robert H. Lerman, M.D., Ph.D.