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Puppets

Posted By Mark Sisson On February 13, 2007 @ 1:29 pm In Health,Nutrition | Comments Disabled

Food manufacturers research, test, market and manipulate like you wouldn’t believe – it’s worse than the cheesiest of romantic comedies and more nauseating than Nick Cage’s Southern accent in Con Air (isn’t that a hair dryer, anyway?).

Just an update to the Fuji’s rant – and I am quoting Nestle here:

It’s difficult to find chocolate that is easy to eat while multitasking with both hands. Poppable formats like Mars M&Ms and Hershey’s Bites enable the consumer to eat while doing something else. The rod form [of Stixx] allows the consumers to hold onto the product in their mouth or fingers while multitasking with both hands. Multiple textures of crunchiness and the rod shape also allow ‘ritualized’ eating behavior (do I eat the top, the bottom, other sections or suck on it?). 

Do we need to have multitask-friendly food available? Is this a crisis I am unaware of? Make no mistake – food marketers aim to make you their little Pavlovian success story.


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