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Big Pizza Trying to Slip Out of Calorie Count Mandates
Lobbyists for the industry argue that pizza has too many variations to slap a calorie count on it.
Harvard Kids Throw Down With USDA Over That MyPlate Shiz
The Harvard School of Public Health has posed an outright challenge to the USDA’s MyPlate, and made up their own.
Turns Out Marion Nestle Helped Out With That HuffPo Op-Ed After All
And she still believes that soda should not be an eligible food stamp purchase.
Marion Nestle Doesn’t Write HuffPo Story, Gets Credit for It Anyway
But, yeah, she doesn’t want people buying soda with food stamps.
Otarian Guilts You About the Carbon Footprint of A Beef Burger
The first ever low-carbon fast-food chain?
Lafitte is Underway; Houston Vies to Get on the Foodie Map
Ask a Food and Public Policy Expert
Food Section Awarded; Nestle Defends Job
Do Calorie Postings Really Keep Us From Eating Donut Bacon Burgers?
Marion Nestle doesn’t think so.
Colbert Horrifies Marion Nestle With Sugar Shower
NYU food-studies professor Marion Nestle went on ‘The Colbert Report’ to discuss reports of a domestic-sugar shortage, but Colbert stole the show.