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The Foods That Make Billions 1 - "Liquid Gold" [bottled water industry] (2010)
The Foods That Make Billions 2 - "The Age of Plenty" [cereals] (2010) (alternate link) (alternate link)
The Foods That Make Billions 3 -- "Pots of Gold" [yoghurt] YouTube
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When sales of Domino's Pizza were lagging, a government agency stepped in with advice: more cheese. This is the same government that, for health reasons, is advising less cheese.
[in other words, buy cheese, but don't eat it.]
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