Food fight

Lempert, Phil
July 2005
Progressive Grocer;7/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the efforts of the advocacy group Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) to persuade consumers that the obesity situation in the U.S. is not a big issue. Approaches taken by food brands to ensure the nutritional content of their products; Implications of the increase in the sales of foods that are lower in fat and sugars and higher in antioxidants for food companies; Information on the television advertisement to be launched by CCF to persuade viewers not to listen to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.


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