A highly-recommended weekend read courtesy of the Food Ethics Council: "For whom? Questioning the food and farming research agenda'. This collection of articles addresses key questions about how the research agenda is
While we would have written the first half of the headline differently, the latest article in The New York Times' series on global public health and food industry influence is a must-read. It brilliantly details the
"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.
New York University's Dr. Marion Nestle is an advisor to the American Society of Nutrition’s Early Career Nutrition group and was asked to address this question for its spring/summer newsletter: "Should nutrition
Congratulations to The Intercept for this riveting, inspiring, and, at times, exasperating read on over forty years of documented collusion between the chemical industry and regulatory agencies by one very passionate and
"Amid an historic glut, a secretive, government-sponsored entity is putting cheese anywhere it can stuff it," Bloomberg reports. More specifically: in fast food; not a boon for public health. Highlights: * "That