Another in my quest to focus more on healthful eating. Marion Nestle is great, she understands the motivations of the food industry, the government regulators, and the academic community (sometimes sponsored by industry). Food is big business, which makes it hard for us to make the most healthful choices, or even to know what they are. But this book isn't really about that. Instead, she goes aisle by aisle in a hypothetical grocery store and talks about the issues surrounding each section and which are the most healthful choices to make. I imagine people who would read a tome like this would already have the knowledge to eat healthfully, but for nutrition geeks it is worth a read.