People choose fast food because of taste, convenience

04/16/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Many people can afford to eat healthy food but choose fast food because it is convenient and tastes good, writes Jane Black, who is working on a book about the attempts of Huntington, W.Va., to make its food culture healthier. She discusses new dietary approaches and programs that incorporate cultural, personal and environmental factors of eating to help people make better choices.

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