toggle menu
menu
vocabulary
1000+ books
Go to Book

content
used in Fast Food Nation

14 uses
  • Greatly reducing the fat content of Happy Meals, for example, could have an immediate effect on the diet of the nation's kids.
    p. 262.5
  • The automobile industry, however, was not content simply to reap the benefits of government-subsidized road construction.
    p. 16.5
  • Darkened glass cases are suddenly illuminated from within, revealing their contents.
    p. 32.7
  • Americans were eating more fries than ever before, and the Russet Burbank, with its large size and high starch content, was the perfect potato for frying.
    p. 114.4
  • Near the freezer was a laboratory where women in white coats analyzed french fries day and night, measuring their sugar content, their starch content, their color.
    p. 131.7
  • Near the freezer was a laboratory where women in white coats analyzed french fries day and night, measuring their sugar content, their starch content, their color.
    p. 131.7
  • Food tainted by these organisms has most likely come in contact with an infected animal's stomach contents or manure, during slaughter or subsequent processing.
    p. 197.2
  • The rise in grain prices has encouraged the feeding of less expensive materials to cattle, especially substances with a high protein content that accelerate growth.
    p. 202.3
  • I mean, they have four stomachs for a reason — to eat products that have a high cellulose content.
    p. 202.8
  • Stomachs and intestines are still pulled out of cattle by hand; if the job is not performed carefully, the contents of the digestive system may spill everywhere.
    p. 203.2
  • At the IBP slaughterhouse in Lexington, Nebraska, the hourly spillage rate at the gut table has run as high as 20 percent, with stomach contents splattering one out of five carcasses.
    p. 203.5
  • With the exception of Subway (which promotes healthier food), the major chains have apparently decided that it's much easier and much more profitable to increase the size and the fat content of their portions than to battle eating habits largely formed by years of their own mass marketing.
    p. 241.9
  • The fast food chains insist that suppliers follow strict specifications regarding the sugar content, fat content, size, shape, taste, and texture of their products.
    p. 268.5
  • The fast food chains insist that suppliers follow strict specifications regarding the sugar content, fat content, size, shape, taste, and texture of their products.
    p. 268.5

There are no more uses of "content" in Fast Food Nation.

Typical Usage  (best examples)
Dictionary / pronunciation — Google®Dictionary list — Onelook.com®