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  • Trying to outrun the food police

    There was the assault on trans-fats. A new law requiring calorie counts on menus. A county in California that banned toys in too-fatty kids' meals. And now there's a war on sodium. It's no wonder the food industry is hurrying to outrun the increasingly...
  • Talking With John Galloway: From soda pop to Hard Rock

    Talking With John Galloway: From soda pop to Hard Rock
    John Galloway, who recently became vice president and chief marketing officer for Orlando-based Hard Rock International. He previously worked with PepsiCo, most recently as vice president of marketing for Gatorade. Galloway spoke with Sentinel reporter...
  • Holistic nutrition is weak on science, strong on selling supplements

    Holistic nutrition is weak on science, strong on selling supplements
    "Holistic nutrition." You may not know the term, but you've surely heard its claims. Among other things, holistic nutritionists (or HNs, as they call themselves) may teach that fluoride and pesticides are lethal, that most diseases and detrimental...
  • WHO recommends food marketing curbs for child obesity

    WHO recommends food marketing curbs for child obesity
    GENEVA (Reuters) - Governments must work with industry to restrict advertising of foods high in salt, sugar and dangerous fats targeted at children to tackle an epidemic of obesity and other diseases, health officials said on Friday. The call is part...
  • Obama's Ramadan dinner: Big crowd

     
    by Mark Silva and updated at 9:40 pm EDT President Barack Obama's White House seder was a small affair for family and friends. Tonight's Ramadan dinner was a big one: Cabinet members -- Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, Attorney General......
  • Consumer Confidential: Healthcare stocks, healthier chips, new smart phone

     
    Here's your misanthropically Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --Remember all that talk about "socialized medicine" and a "government takeover of healthcare"? Well, here's all you need to know about the reform package that cleared the...
  • "Designer salt" coming to a potato chip near you

     
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  • Ecoist and Frito-Lay turn snack bags into handbags

     
    We've mentioned Ecoist before -- it's a Miami-based company that turns old magazines, candy wrappers and soda-can pull tabs into handmade totes, handbags, and coin purses -- but there's something about its recently announced partnership with Frito-Lay...
  • California Pizza Kitchen reportedly up for sale

     
    Are the co-founders of California Pizza Kitchen looking to call it quits? The L.A.-based designer-pizza chain has put itself up for sale, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday, citing unidentified sources. The report sent the company’s stock soaring...
  • Michelle Obama: Fashion, fitness czarina

     
    by Mark Silva First Lady Michelle Obama may have been touring the cavernous halls and splendid courtyard of the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City today with the first lady of Mexico, but there was nothing prehistoric about the......
  • High fructose corn syrup falling out of favor

     
    Have you heard that PepsiCo is dropping high fructose corn syrup from the ingredients in Gatorade? It's getting more and more difficult for the PR flacks working for the corn industry to find cover. The public relations efforts on behalf of the corn lobby...