Food for thought Combining thought-provoking graphic imagery with truly alarming information culled from some of the most authoritative sources around the world, The Little Book of Shocking Food Facts is literally jam-packed with essential truths you need to know about global food politics, fast food culture and healthy nutrition. This startling yet visually stunning book is guaranteed to alter the way you think about food production, while also changing your personal eating habits for the better. Food for life How is it that malnutrition is so widespread in the developing world, while obesity is rife in the developed world? What exactly is the nutritional value of junk food versus the health beneﬁts of fresh fruit and vegetables? Do you know what really goes into the production of the food on your plate? The Little Book of Shocking Food Facts will help answer these and many other questions surrounding food production and consumption today. The crucial information presented in this book through specially commissioned, state-of-the-art graphic design has been meticulously and painstakingly gleaned from some of the world’s most authoritative and up-to- date scientiﬁc studies and government reports. Extended footnotes at the back provide full citations for all information sources, as well as easy-to-understand texts that explain the facts in concise detail.
Craig Holden Feinberg was born in 1980 and spent most of his childhood in Columbia, Maryland. He received his BFA in graphic design from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was awarded the Thesis Citation and Faculty Award. After graduation he moved to Denver where he worked as a design consultant on integrated design projects for several corporations. Intent on furthering his design experience, he applied for and was accepted at Fabrica, The United Colors of Benetton Communications Research and Development Center in Treviso, Italy, where as a multi-disciplined designer created graphic design for international print advertising campaigns to support Fabrica clients and publications. He has been published in COLORS magazine, VORN magazine, FAB magazine, Fabrica Files/Fabrica 10 a book published by Electa. Awards include, The 2004 Reporters Without Borders campaign out of Paris, France, and Silver Prize winner of the 2004 Design Do! competition sponsored by the International Design Center Nagoya (IDCN), in Nagoya, Japan. Craig has lectured in Italy, England, Germany, Japan, The National AIGA Conference on Image, Object, Space hosted by Katherine and Michael McCoy in Colorado, The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and a three-day workshop at Western Michigan University. Before moving back to Denver, Colorado, Craig worked closely with the World Health Organization, International Council of Nurses, Fabrica Features, FAB Magazine, United Colors of Benetton, Krvkurva Laga bag, Arte Fiera, La Ghirada Health Center, Cameroon Wildlife Aid Fund, and the Warsaw Children's Hospital at Fabrica. Currently, Craig has just released a book with Charlotte & Peter Fiell, Fiell Publishing, London entitled, "The Little Book of Shocking Food Facts".