Daniel Milstein’s “17 Cents and a Dream” has earned another honorable mention this time at the New England Book Festival for the General Non-Fiction Category.
NEW ENGLAND BOOK FESTIVAL TAGS SALT SUGAR FAT
BOSTON_The 2013 New England Book Festival has named “Salt Sugar Fat: How The Food Giants Hooked Us”(Random House) as the grand prize winner
of its annual competition honoring the best books of the winter.
Pultizer Prize-winning investigative reporter and author Michael Moss shows how processed food contributes to an economic health crisis that approaches
$300 billion per year. The book is an eye-opening account of the $1 trilliion processed food industry’s efforts to create and market to an audience
in much the same way the tobacco industry covered up health concerns. Its heavily researched look at an audience hooked on salt, sugar and fat
will cause you to never look at a nutrition label the same way again.
Moss will be honored at a private awards ceremony on January 18 at the Omni Parker House in Boston as part of the New England Book Festival.