"Doctors are getting their morning teas, lunches and dinners funded by drug companies who spent AUS$290 million in four years trying to build a cozy relationship with medicos so they could influence prescribing habits,"
Last week, we expressed our disappointment at McDonald's return as a sponsor at this year's California Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics conference. As we have explained over the years, our concerns with companies
Over the years, we have highlighted how corporate sponsorship of health organizations is a global issue that has raised red flags worldwide. This longread piece from Australian consumer advocacy organization Choice
We highly recommend you set aside a chunk of time to read this excellent new paper published in BioMed Central Public Health by public health and nutrition professionals from Australia's Deakin University. The paper,
We recently told you about Coca-Cola Australia's plans to unveil a "transparency campaign," along the lines of what the soda giant did here in the United States after a New York Times exposé disemboweled the Coca-Cola
Coca-Cola's (completely self-inflicted) transparency woes continue -- this time in Australia. Today's The Age newspaper has the details. Highlights: "Coca-Cola is bankrolling a campaign to focus the discussion