Media Coverage for Report on Big Food Influence over American Society for Nutrition

Last Monday, I released my latest report, called: Nutrition Scientists on the Take from Big Food: Has the American Society for Nutrition lost all credibility? Here is the media coverage so far:

Leading U.S. Nutrition Scientists Forge Cozy Relationships With Major Food Companies and Lobbying Groups, Report Charges, International Business Times

Is the Leading Nutrition Science Group in Big Food’s Pocket? Mother Jones

Do big food companies have too much sway over nutrition research? WBEZ Radio

Report Questions Nutrition Group’s Ties to Food Companies, Food Manufacturing

Food companies, nutrition researchers getting too friendly: reportFoodDive

Does Big Grape Juice Control Nutrition Research? An Interview with Michele Simon, Public Health Perspectives

The food industry’s undue influence on the American Society for Nutrition, Food Politics

Industry-funded nutrition groups shouldn’t dictate health policy, Al Jazeera America

Huge Number of Nutritional Experts May Be Bought off by the Big Junk Food Companies, AlterNet

Advocate criticizes a science group’s ties to Big Food, San Antonio Express-News

One Response to “Media Coverage for Report on Big Food Influence over American Society for Nutrition”

  1. RustBelt says:

    We are so backward in TN we seem to think the container industry (‘lobbyists’) can tell us what to do with the bottles, cans and other containers littering our streets and highways.
    http://www.bottlebill.org/about/whatis.htm

    Pride of place in TN has advocated a Bottle Bill for more than seven terms of the State Legislature and we still don’t have a bottle bill. Do you think there’s support for a FEDERAL VERSION? It appears there IS a need.

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