Food Industry and Food Policy

Walmart’s Hunger Games: How America’s Largest Employer and Richest Family Worsen the Hunger Crisis (2014)

Whitewashed: How Industry and Government Promote Dairy Junk Foods (2014)

Follow the Honey: 7 Ways Pesticide Companies are Spinning the Bee Crisis to Protect Profits (2014)

Clowning Around with Charity: How McDonald’s Exploits Philanthropy and Targets Children (2013)

Best Public Relations Money Can Buy: A Guide to Food Industry Front Groups (2013)

And Now A Word From Our Sponsors: Are America’s Nutrition Professionals in the Pocket of Big Food? (2013)

Food Stamps, Follow the Money: Are Corporations Profiting From Hungry Americans? (2012)

PepsiCo and Public Health: Is the Nation’s Largest Food Company a Model of Corporate Responsibility or Master of Public Relations? (CUNY Law Review, 2012)

Regulating Front of Package Labeling: An Exercise in Futility? (Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, 2011)

State Laws on School Vending: The Need for a Public Health Approach (Food and Drug Law Journal, 2007)

The Competitive Food Conundrum: Can Government Regulations Improve School Food (Duke Law Journal, 2007)

Can Food Companies Be Trusted to Self-Regulate – An Analysis of Corporate Lobbying and Deception to Undermine Children’s Health (Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, 2006)

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