Milk against Poverty: Nutrition and the Politics of Consumption in Twentieth-Century Mexico

@inproceedings{Zazueta2011MilkAP,
  title={Milk against Poverty: Nutrition and the Politics of Consumption in Twentieth-Century Mexico},
  author={Mar{\'i}a del Pilar Zazueta},
  year={2011}
}
Milk against Poverty: Nutrition and the Politics of Consumption in Twentieth-Century Mexico Maria del Pilar Zazueta This dissertation examines how and why food consumption and nutrition became legitimate public policy issues in Mexico between the 1930s to the 1980s.In the postrevolutionary era, Mexican public officials began to systematically consider diet a social problem that affected not only individual well-being but could influence the economic development of the nation. This belief… CONTINUE READING

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