By: John Humphrys
306 pages, no illustrations
BBC broadcaster Humphrys asks whether, by consuming genetically-modified foods, we are putting our health at risk and betraying our children by squandering our rich agricultural heritage. He looks at the growth of factory farming over the past fifty years and at how successive governments have turned a blind eye to its devastating effects.
1 'Compelling' Observer 2 'Thought-provoking, well-researched' Fordyce Maxwell, Scotsman 3 'Incisive and readable' Mick Hume, The Times 4 'Humphrys's level-headedness makes the arguments all the more powerful' Paul Heiney, The Sunday Times 5 'This could be the best diet book ever written' The Sunday Times 6 'Without being sentimental, it is a passionate discourse... well-written and accessible. My only concern is that its message is likely to be ignored where it matters most.' Tim Lang, Independent
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