There's a Government in Your Soup: Why There's Too Much Government in Your Kitchen, and What You Can Do about It

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iUniverse, 2004 - Business & Economics - 136 pages
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There's a Government in Your Soup is a revealing, often funny, and sometimes shocking expose of government intrusions into your kitchen.

Author Brad Edmonds brings his economic background together with his love of food to show how government mucks up the food industry, and what can be done about it. There's a Government in Your Soup covers a diverse range of topics, including:

  • How regulations raise prices and hurt American businesses and consumers
  • How government involvement can slow developments in food safety
  • The brilliance of chefs, home cooks, and free markets in overcoming government interference to bring great food to the table
  • The beauty and variety of regional and traditional cuisines, and what these cuisines tell us about free markets in food

There's a Government in Your Soup includes easy ways you can reduce government nannying and snooping into your food, fun, shopping, and living, and is a useful resource for those who want to reduce the size and cost of government.

 

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Contents

Theres a Government in Your Soup
5
The Food Itself
27
Lessons From the Market
73
Italian Food
81
Southern Food
93
What to Do About It
103
Conclusion
117
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