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Fast Food Chains Enter Fight Against Ethanol

Big American fast-food chains have entered the fight against an alternative fuel policy that critics say is pushing up the price of food worldwide.

In a new lobbying effort, they are calling on Congress to repeal a law that requires gasoline to contain ethanol, a fuel produced mainly from corn.

Source: Voice of America. Read full article. (link)

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    I do not like fast-food , and is it bad for health?

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    So the entire article didn't even mention the use of High Fructose Corn Syrup, and how the federal subsidization of corn lead to its widespread use and major contributions to obesity and diabetes. Glad the tough journalists at VOA are really getting to the bottom of this...

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