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Espiral (Guadalajara)

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TORRES OREGON, Fredyd  y  LUTZ, Bruno. Food industry and society on the SINHAMBRE program soup kitchens. The Montaña and Guerrero's center cases. Espiral (Guadalaj.) [online]. 2016, vol.23, n.67, pp.239-277. ISSN 1665-0565.

The main purpose of this research is to show that the implementation in Mexico of the soup kitchens of the Cruzada Nacional contra el Hambre (SINHAMBRE) has allowed food and beverage industries as well as civil society organizations to spread a model of a healthy diet which incorporates processed foods on the beneficiaries diet. The historical perspective that guide the research found a starting point in the suggestion of Bourdieu to investigate the interest of disinterestedness. The findings show that under the banner of philanthropy these transnational corporations participate in SINHAMBRE to promote a great consumption of their products in poor rural communities. The study of two soup kitchens in Guerrero provides information about the direct and induced effects of this strategy.

Palabras llave : soup kitchens; healthy eating habits; hunger; food industry; México.

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