This is a fascinating book - a compelling story about what might happen if companies can get away with excessive manipulation of the food we eat.
It's clear that the book was written a few years ago, with many references to chat rooms (doesn't everyone use Facebook these days?), but that doesn't detract from a page-turning story that builds and builds. Actually, given that it was probably written a few years ago, credit has to go to John Beresford for hitting a topic that is still so relevant today.
The author does not pull any punches at the end. I'd love to describe what I mean by that in more detail, but I really can't spoil it for you. :-)
Worth a read.