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WHAT IS EAT DRINK POLITICS?

If you want to enact policy reform that threatens the food or beverage industry in any way, you have to understand your opponent. At Eat Drink Politics, we understand the challenges of taking on the likes of McDonald’s, PepsiCo, and Anheuser-Busch InBev. With more than 17 years of experience in corporate research and advocacy, we can help you counter underhanded industry tactics that threaten public health. We have a broad expertise that includes health, law, policy, economics, and marketing, combined with a passion for exposing and countering corporate public relations and lobbying. Our clients include non-profits, law firms, and political campaigns. Read more …

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Big Beef’s jig is up

Federal dietary committee recommends eating less red meat. Will science finally trump politics?

You almost have to feel sorry for the beef industry. After enjoying decades of popularity as a staple of the all-American diet, the harsh realities behind unsustainable beef production and excessive consumption are finally coming to light. The latest red meat scare comes from the U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) a scientific body formed every five years to review the latest research available to tell the American public how to eat right. In the past, the committee’s work has been undermined by members with conflicts of interest with the meat, egg and dairy industries. But this year’s committee pulled no punches, even extending its reach to environmental considerations for the first time. The recommendations are not the final word on the matter. Later this year, the federal government will issue its formal Dietary Guidelines for Americans after reviewing the committee’s research and public comments. Read rest at Al Jazeera America …

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