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  • Misleading Exercise Labels Back on Activist Agenda
    October 24, 2014

    The food police are back on the prowl thanks to a recent study from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health (yes, that Bloomberg). The study sought to reduce consumption of juice and soda by posting signs...

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  • Smoke and Mirrors: Food Police Compare Sugar and Cigarettes
    October 09, 2014

    U.S. Representative Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) is again revving up her efforts to tax away consumer choice. The politician-turned-food-cop recently penned an op-ed headlined by the hyperbolic query, “Is sugar the new tobacco?” This escalation to drug analogy and addiction rhetoric is perhaps to be...

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  • Warning: If You Enjoy Eating, You’re an Addict
    October 06, 2014

    The self-anointed food police like to play down the idea of personal responsibility when it comes to weight gain. In this narrative, a victimized fat person is unable to control their behavior, and everything and everyone else is to blame: the fast food industry, bioengineering, supermarkets, and more...

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CSPI's Acrylamide Scare
Learn about the willful manipulations and junk science calculations that CSPI used in its petition to the FDA over acrylamide in food. The Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) submitted a reply brief to the FDA, detailing how CSPI arbitrarily adjusted government statistics and made faulty assumptions about the minimal risk to consumers from dietary acrylamide.

» Click here to download the PDF of the full brief.


The Truth About CSPI
The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) and its founder, Michael F. Jacobson, are not as nice, sweet, and unbiased as CSPI's name might imply. The group routinely uses scare tactics justified by "junk science" and media theatrics as part of their ceaseless campaign for government regulation of your personal food choices.

Jacobson once said: "CSPI is proud of finding something wrong with practically everything." As you can see from this site, they have.


CSPI's Background
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A Humorous Look At Labels
The food police at the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) have a thing for labels. CSPI's zealots never met a food label they didn't like -- until now. Food cop, label thyself.


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