Learn how big industry influences the FDA and how the two agencies shape public health policy to favor industry interests over the public's well-being.
Junk Food Shills: Why FDA-Approved Food Can Be Poison
The FDA and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) are beholden to industry and put the interests of junk food giants over public health
WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified aspartame as “possibly carcinogenic to humans,” but WHO’s expert JECFA committee still says it can be safely consumed
At least six out of 13 JECFA panel members have ties to ILSI, a longtime Coca-Cola front group
A symbiotic relationship exists between AND, the AND Foundation and junk food corporations like Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, General Mills and Kraft
Trade group American Beverage launched a coordinated campaign to downplay WHO’s aspartame-cancer finding by paying registered dietitians and other health professionals to promote aspartame on social media