Michael Moss

New York Times

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Investigative reporter for the New York Times and author of Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us

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Michael Moss is an investigative reporter for the New York Times.

Salt, Sugar, Fat and Stomach Share

Michael Moss is an investigative reporter for the New York Times.

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Michael Moss is an investigative reporter for the New York Times.

Salt, Sugar, Fat and Stomach Share

Michael Moss is an investigative reporter for the New York Times.

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In 1999, the heads of 11 major food companies met to discuss America's growing weight problem. Should they change their formulas to prevent increased obesity?

Salt, Sugar, Fat and Stomach Share

In 1999, the heads of 11 major food companies met to discuss America's growing weight problem. Should they change their formulas to prevent increased obesity?

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