And Wants More Labelling: CSPI attacks ground beef
- Movie popcorn makes healthy advances. // Environmental Nutrition;Sep94, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p3
Reports on actions taken by theater chains in the United States in response to the high-fat movie popcorn expose by the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Move by the United Artist theaters to offer air-popped popcorn in addition to the traditional coconut oil-popped popcorn; Move of...
- Consumer group's fake fat hotline. // HealthFacts;Jun96, Vol. 21 Issue 205, p1
Cites the Center for Science in the Public Interest's establishment of a hotline in response to the availability of Olestra, the fake fat approved for certain snack foods. Product's role in causing gastrointestinal problems; Brand names; Test marketing of products containing Olestra.
- Teach 1% or less. // Nutrition Action Health Letter;Oct98, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p2
Features the Center for Science in the Public Interest's (CSPI) 1% or Less School Kit, a tool used in the organization's campaign to wean students off fatty whole milk onto healthier skim milk. Negative effects of the fatty contents of milk on the human heart; Description of the CSPI's school kit.
- Helpful is as helpful does. J.S. // Restaurant Business;3/20/94, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p68
Presents the advise from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) regarding the consumption of Chinese dishes. Impact of the advisory from CSPI regarding the health aspects of Chinese foods on the sales performance of Chinese restaurants.
- Good for you. // Today's Christian Woman;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p13
Reports the top ten most nutritious supermarket foods ranked by the Center for Science in the Public Interest in the United States. Fat-free or one percent milk as number one; Accounts on beans, oranges and broccoli.
- Tortilla fats. Ostgarden, Jo // Bicycling;Mar1995, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p68
Informs cyclists that, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, Mexican dishes are high in fat. Provides a list of strategies to help readers eat Mexican food more healthfully. Questions to ask before ordering; Substitutes; Using salsa; Smaller portions; Corn tortillas;...
- Liquid candy. // Junior Scholastic;11/30/98, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p3
Focuses on health risks from increased consumption of soda in the United States according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest. Reasons why teens are drinking so much more soda; Replacement of nutritious drinks.
- What did caffeine do now? // Beverage World;09/15/97, Vol. 116 Issue 1645, p14
Comments on the efforts of the Center for Science in the Public Interest to encourage the Food and Drug Administration to require a listing of the caffeine content of all consumables. Cost associated with printing additional labels.
- Bad news popping up. // Health News & Review;1994, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p23
Reports on a study by the Center for Science in the Public Interest which reveals that popcorn sold in moviehouses are a major artery-clogger. Researchers' discovery that a medium-sized buttered popcorn contains more saturated fat than other common meals.