Anderson, Pamela (2012) Accounting for Nutrition. In: 24th CSEAR International Congress on Social and Environmental Accounting Research, 3rd-5th September 2012, St Andrews, Scotland. (Unpublished)

The food industry has a large social and environmental impact and by its' very nature affects the lives of everybody in the UK. The shape of today's food industry has developed as a consequence of numerous (mostly profit driven) decisions taken since the Second World War and this has contributed to the many social and environmental problems we currently see. Whilst many in the industry are involved in Corporate Social Reporting their commitment to this could be questioned, especially in light of some of the production and marketing techniques used by the sector. This research aims to investigate the decision making process of the industry with particular reference to the role of both accounting and nutrition information.

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