Nutrition School Dean Defends “Smart Choices” [Nutrition Labels]

Nutrition School Dean Defends “Smart Choices” [Nutrition Labels]

Dr. Eileen Kennedy, dean of Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition, is still convinced the Smart Choices front of package nutrition label is a good move. Dr. Kennedy is the chairman of the Smart Choices Program which recommends Froot Loops … 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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3½ Insights from Tufts “Nutrition Label Conference”

3½ Insights from Tufts “Nutrition Label Conference”

The Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy is one of the nation’s foremost leaders in the field of nutrition. They are hosting the 4th annual Friedman Symposium this weekend, a 2 day affair devoted to current affairs … Continue reading

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From “Nutrition Label” Conference at Tufts

From “Nutrition Label” Conference at Tufts

We are blogging live have concluded live blogging from The 4th annual Friedman School Symposium at Tufts University – Nutrition Agenda 2009 & Beyond. This morning’s topic is Nutrition Labeling and Scoring 2.0: What have we learned? What do we … Continue reading

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Tomorrow: Live Blogging from “Food Label” Conference

Tomorrow: Live Blogging from “Food Label” Conference

The Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition is hosting its fourth annual nutrition symposium on Friday and Saturday (9/11-12/09). This year’s conference, Nutrition Agenda 2009 and Beyond, will dedicate a half  day to presentations and discussions about Nutrition Labeling and … Continue reading

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