Wednesday, November 09, 2005


My wife came across this article today. I found one statement particularly interesting. Apparently Nestle was concerned with how their product might adversely affect people's weight, so they did a study and found this: "And, as Nestle notes, the American weight spike in the late 1970s exactly corresponded with the invention of supersizing in fast-food marketing."

I guess they aren't worried about being blamed anymore. They have a study to prove they aren't at fault.

If you haven't seen supersize me, go find it.

1 comment:

Shun Chu said...

Speaking of "supersizing" things... we have a story to tell...

Supersize Ya Mama (it's not what you think....)