Table of contents for The way we eat : why our food choices matter / Peter Singer and Jim Mason.

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CONTENTS
PREFACE	000
INTRODUCTION: FOOD AND ETHICS	000
PART I: EATING THE STANDARD AMERICAN DIET
1. Jake and Lee	000
2. The Hidden Cost of Cheap Chicken	000
3. Behind the Label: "Animal Care Certified" Eggs	000
4. Meat and Milk Factories	000
5. Can Bigger Get Better?	000
PART II: THE CONSCIENTIOUS OMNIVORES
6. Jim and MaryAnn	000
7. Behind the Label: Niman Ranch Bacon	000
8. Behind the Label: "Organic" and "Certified Humane" Eggs	000
9. Seafood	000
10. Eating Locally	000
11. Trade, Fair Trade, and Workers' Rights	000
12. Eating Out and Eating In, Ethically	000
PART III: THE VEGANS
13. JoAnn and Joe	000
14. Going Organic	000
15. Is It Unethical to Raise Children Vegan?	000
16. Are Vegans Better for the Environment?	000
17. The Ethics of Eating Meat	000
18. What Should We Eat?	000
RESOURCES 	000
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES	000
INDEX	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Food -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Diet -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Food industry and trade -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Gastronomy.
Food preferences.
Diet -- ethics.
Diet, Vegetarian.
Food Industry -- ethics.
Health Food.