Portion Control

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Portion control refers to products made by almost every processed-food company that package calorie-specific (usually 100 calories) amounts of everything from popcorn to cookies and soda. Consumers are paying more for less while destroying the environment with excessive packaging.[1]

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  1. Michele Simon, Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines Our Health and How to Fight Back (Nation Books, 2006) pg 329