Why not? "Panera Bread has unveiled a new 20-ounce plastic cup that lists the amount of sugar and calories in fountain drinks." Even if this decision was partially driven by a marketing strategy to promote Panera's
"If you are working to improve public health and the environment in Africa, you need to know what your opponents are up to," University of Melbourne public health professor Rob Moodie writes in The Conversation. We
"More than 28,000 Illinois doctors accepted $74.1 million from pharmaceutical and medical device companies in 2016, excluding payments for research, according to a Tribune analysis of recently released federal data.
The sugar industry isn't facing its best moment right now. In her Food Politics blog, Dr. Marion Nestle shares some of The Hagstrom Report's notes from the recent International Sweetener Symposium. Highlights: *
We're always looking to share how reputable organizations navigate conflicted sponsorship. The latest example: Cochrane policy on commercial sponsorship of Cochrane Reviews and Cochrane Groups. Highlights: *
More good news out of Canada. "The Canadian government has just closed its online public consultations on the plan to ban unhealthy food advertising aimed at children. A coalition of 12 non-governmental organizations