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  • Cereals still sweet-talk kids

    Cereals still sweet-talk kids
    Despite a historic pledge by more than a dozen major food companies to advertise healthier food to children, the least nutritious cereals are still the ones most aggressively marketed to kids. Cereal companies do sell healthy options. But the ones...
  • 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...
  • Food companies sign up for war on salt

    Food companies sign up for war on salt
    For decades, people have been ignoring advice to eat less salt — in large part because it's hard to avoid. Processed and restaurant foods are simply loaded with sodium. Now, under growing pressure from doctors, consumers, states, advocacy groups...
  • Briefly in Education

    Hopping seeks district apology Bruce Hopping, a local activist and founder of the Kalos Kagathos Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to educate youth to respect and preserve the body, mind and environment, solicited an apology from the Laguna Beach Unified...
  • Strawberry cake forever

    Strawberry cake forever
    It's the cake that has fueled hundreds of thousands of birthdays, weddings and office parties across Los Angeles. You've probably had it: two layers of soft yellow sponge cake that sandwich a filling of fresh strawberries and fluffy whipped cream,...
  • Big Daytona boosts Petty team

    Elliott Sadler finished fifth in the Daytona 500, his best showing in over six months with a payday of more than $515,000. And he was devastated. Sadler had raced his way to the front of the field in Sunday's season-opener right when the weather radar...
  • 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...
  • 'Stuffed: An Insider's Look at Who's (Really) Making America Fat' by Hank Cardello

    In the fight against obesity, parents are shoving vending machines out of schools and state governments are falling over each other trying to legislate trans fats out of restaurants. Hank Cardello, a former food industry executive with Coca-Cola and...
  • Darden Restaurants

    Darden Restaurants
    William B. Darden, founded Red Lobster after years of restaurant experience that began at age 19, when he ran a Depression-era lunch counter called The Green Frog in his hometown of Waycross, Ga. The eatery's slogan was: "Service With a Hop." After...
  • This is not Buzz Aldrin's space chow

    Michele Perchonok sat contemplating a shrink-wrapped brick of freeze-dried mac and cheese just outside the test kitchen at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The dish has been served countless times on the space shuttle and International Space Station. When...
  • Study: Companies Still Advertising Unhealthy Foods to Kids

    Despite a two-year pledge by more than a dozen major food companies to advertise healthier foods to children, about two-thirds of those companies' ads remain for products of low nutritional quality, according to a study released Monday. The report,...