Inside the Label of Dr. McDougall’s Soup

Inside the Label of Dr. McDougall’s Soup

Soup season is here. Brisk mornings and cold nights see sales of canned and prepared soups soaring. For some of us, buying soup is unfathomable – homemade soup is SO EASY to prepare. Plus it tastes so much better than … Continue reading

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Campbell’s Soup Has a Math Problem

Campbell’s Soup Has a Math Problem

Here’s an interesting read from the Consumerist Blog. Several moms from New Jersey are suing Campbell’s for misleading labeling. You’d think that the soup on the right has 25% less sodium than the one on the left, but in fact, … Continue reading

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Salt – “The Forgotten Killer” – Updates from the Battlezone

Salt – “The Forgotten Killer” – Updates from the Battlezone

Michael Jacobson is the director of the non-profit Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a non-profit consumer advocacy group that serves as an almost lone crusader against the might of the food industry lobbies in Washington DC. At … Continue reading

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Campbell’s Removing 25% of Sodium from Soups

Campbell’s Removing 25% of Sodium from Soups

Canned and prepared soups are a sodium landmine many consumers have stepped into inadvertently over the years. But as more and more of us need to cut back on sodium intake, soup makers have been working overtime to find a … Continue reading

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