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In this final chapter, we thread together the arguments we present in previous chapters. We also suggest that if our arguments are correct, they provide justification for governments to more forcefully and directly intervene in the interest of improving diets. We further outline some potential areas for future research and policy development.
KeywordsConsent Exploitation Food access Food justice Obesity Policy
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