The Politics of Fat: Food and Nutrition Policy in America

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List of Tables and Figures
Tables
3.1 Types of Policy Instruments 56
4.1 Policy Initiatives Affecting Production of Beef, Dairy, and Plant Oils 103
4.2 Types of Vegetable Oils 123
CS2.1 Chronology of the Regulatory Review Process for Olestra 142
6.1 FDA-Regulated Foods with Minimum Fat Standards 172
6.2 Definitions of Nutrient Content Claims for Fat 173
CS4.1 Language of Four Editions of Dietary Guidelines 239
Figures
1.1 Functions of Fats in Foods 7
1.2 Influences on Food Choices 9
2.1 The "Policy Stages" Model 26
2.2 How a Bill Becomes Law 31
2.3 The Advocacy Coalition Framework 41
3.1 Public Policy as Applied to the Food System 59
3.2 Systems Model of Nutrition Policy 63
111.1 The U.S. Food System 95
4.1 Price Linkage Between Dairy Support System and Federal Orders 112
CS2.1 Visual Diagram of Olestra and How It Works 136
6.1 Relationship Between Marbling, Maturity, and Carcass Quality Grade 163
CS3.1 Chronology of Legislative and Regulatory Events for NLEA 187
CS3.2 The New Food Label 198
CS5.1 The "Food Wheel" Diagram 247
CS5.2 The "Two Pyramids" 255

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