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Farmed & Disingenuous: Chipotle’s Agribusiness Attack Upsets Farmers

CNBC’s Jim Cramer calls it ‘brilliant,’ while farmers cry foul over Hulu series’ ‘divisive propaganda.’
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Food Police Group Pushed for Trans Fats, Now Take Credit for Possible Ban

Networks ignore CSPI’s 1980s promotion of trans fats that led to widespread usage.
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Update: Pink Slime Case Sent to State Court

ABC News’ request for a dismissal denied by South Dakota federal judge.
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Ad Age Wonders if Sugar Will ‘Survive’ Regulatory Onslaught

“Large sugary drinks” got a reprieve this week after a judge struck down New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s ban on drinks above a certain size and in only some dining establishments. But ...
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New Study Forces Media To Change Tune on Organic Food

Report claims organic food isn’t nutritionally better than food without ‘organic’ label.
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This Thanksgiving, Media Still Stuffed with Food Police Message

Media outlets maintain tradition with anti-obesity reporting heavy on calls for food regulation, taxation, with a side of shaming the overweight.

NBC 'Today' Panelists Literally Applaud 'Fat Tax' on Food

As co-host Matt Lauer reported Denmark implementing a "fat tax" on certain foods during the "Today's Professionals" panel on Tuesday's NBC Today, advertising executive Donny Deutsch and NBC chief ...

Times Food Writer Mark Bittman Wants Big Government to 'Fix' Your Diet with Higher Taxes

Mark Bittman: "That 'other force' should be the federal government, fulfilling its role as an agent of the public good and establishing a bold national fix....public health is the role of the ...

It's the Economy, Stupids!

Time for media, Obama and Congress to wake up and smell the gloom and doom.

Privileged Food Writer Mark Bittman Blames 'Unregulated Capitalism and Greed,' Bush, Reagan Tax Cuts for U.S. Hunger

Wealthy Times food writer Mark Bittman revels in his college-level leftism: "Some (or much) of both of these last two stem from unregulated capitalism and greed.Well this is really to call ...
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