Today, Candice Choi of the Associated Press published a feature piece on Kellogg's Breakfast Council of "independent experts". As is customary with these sorts of industry efforts, all is not what it seems. Certainly,
How the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation describes General Mills: “Over the past 12 years, the General Mills Foundation has provided $7.5 million dollars in awards. For the second year in a row, the General
The December 2014 issue of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics included this supplement, supported by funding from Academy partner the Kellogg company. This research supplement provides four
When it comes to criticism from the public health and nutrition sectors, industry's go-to tactic is "deny, deflect, and blame someone else." Consider, for example, the issue of added sugars, which has industry on the
Los Angeles-based artist Ron English nails it. To think that Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics partner General Mills pushes cereals like Lucky Charms as wholesome and nutritious breakfast options...
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released a study which concluded that "despite industry promises to avoid deceptive and inappropriate advertising to children, cereal companies promote unhealthy products to