The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals Character Descriptions

Michael Pollan
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Michael Pollan

This person is the author of the book; the story revolves around his own journeys attempting to follow the ingredients in his food from field to plate.

George Naylor

This person is a farmer near Churdan in Greene County, Iowa who owns 320 acres, which originally belonged to his family.

Fritz Haber

This person was the winner of the Nobel Prize in 1920 for improving the standards of agriculture and the well-being of mankind.

Earl

This person was the secretary of agriculture under President Nixon.

David Wallerstein

This person is the man the author claims is responsible for the invention of supersize.

Joel Salatin

This person is an organic farmer and rancher in California where the author goes to learn about sustainable farming practices.

Sir Albert Howard

This person is the author of "The Soil and Health" and "An Agricultural Testament...

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