Tuesday, 12 February 2013
Food and drink firms undermining public health policy, say scientists | Society | guardian.co.uk: "Moodie and colleagues say that the food and drink industries should be treated like the tobacco industry - as companies with too much of a vested interest in the sale of unhealthy products to help curb the epidemic of disease. They must have no role in the formulation of national or international policy, they say. "Regulation, or the threat of regulation, is the only way to change these transnational corporations. The industry must be put under pressure if it is to change." 'via Blog this'
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