Other (press)

Ad: What’s Hiding Inside Plant-Based “Meat”?

Do you know what’s in your burger? It’s a pretty simple answer if you’re eating your classic beef burger: Beef, and maybe some salt and pepper to taste.
PostedOctober 28, 2019 at2:14 pm

Ad: Want This in Your BLT?

As part of our effort to educate the public on the contents of “plant- based” meat, we have placed an ad in…
PostedSeptember 24, 2019 at7:26 am

Statement: Allowing Yearlong Short-Term Health Plans Gives Consumers Greater Freedom

Today, the Trump Administration released a final rule allowing consumers to purchase cheaper health insurance starting in October 2018. Short-term health plans, as these policies are known, need not cover…
PostedAugust 2, 2018 at9:54 am

Science over Scaremongering on Improved Crops

The Los Angeles Times’ editorial board yesterday penned an opinion piece in support of genetically improved foods (GIFs) and against mandatory food labeling demanded by activists. We’re pleased to see the Times affirm the pro-science position it took…
PostedMay 6, 2014 at2:43 pm

Watch Dog, Attack Dog, or Lap Dog?

Today ActivistCash.com, a subsidiary of the Center for Consumer Freedom, released a new report shining the spotlight on one of the most deceptive groups in Washington, DC:…
PostedAugust 2, 2011 at12:00 am

What’s Wrong with Eating Local?

The short answer, of course, is nothing. “Locavorism” is a social movement dedicated to limiting a would-be chef’s food options to what is grown “in season” and can be…
PostedJune 8, 2011 at12:00 am

Marion Nestle’s Verdict on Corn Sugar Lawsuit

In a federal lawsuit filed last Thursday, three sugar companies allege that the Corn Refiners Association’s ongoing efforts to rename high fructose corn syrup as exactly what it is—corn…
PostedMay 3, 2011 at12:00 am

Super Supporter Goes to Bat for Consumer Freedom

Irreverent celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has no reservations about a lot of things, including “adult Americans’ right to eat themselves to death.” That might be a little extreme,…
PostedApril 19, 2011 at12:00 am

Brown-Bag Contraband

It wasn’t so long ago that teachers and principals were most concerned about kids bringing drugs and weapons to school. Now we’re learning that brown-bag lunches packed with love…
PostedApril 12, 2011 at12:00 am

A Food Dye Scare Campaign’s True Colors

They huffed and they puffed, but America’s most notorious food cops couldn’t blow away a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) committee with their proposal to require warning labels on…
PostedApril 4, 2011 at12:00 am