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Marion Nestle

Marion Nestle is professor of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health at New York University, and the author of Food Politics, Safe Food, What to Eat, and Pet Food Politics.

Busted: Organic Food Certifiers Who Break the Rules
The USDA is revoking the permits of two organic food inspection agencies. It's a step in the right direction.
U.S. Diplomats Promote Genetically Modified Crops Abroad
I'm still catching up on what happened during the weeks I was out of Internet contact, so I've only just heard about...
Report: We Don't Need More Vitamin D and Calcium
In a report likely to send shock waves through the dietary supplement industry, the Institute of Medicine (IOM)...
The Latest on Genetically Modified Foods: Beets and Apples
I haven't seen much comment on what's happening with Center for Food Safety v. Vilsack (PDF), a suit to prevent...
Our Toddlers Are Eating Junk, Too
Nestlé, the world's largest food company (no relation) has conducted periodic studies of infant feeding practices since...
New York City Says No to Using Food Stamps for Sodas
New York City is serious about trying to reduce rates of obesity and the expensive and debilitating conditions for...
America's Diet: 3 New Reports
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) has just published a review and assessment of the nutritional needs of the populations...
How Ultra-Processed Foods Are Killing Us
In the current issue of the online Journal of the World Public Health Nutrition Association (of which I am a charter...
The Problems with Patenting Genetically Modified Foods
In a friend of the court brief (PDF), the Justice Department said human and other genes should not be eligible for...
Q & A with Marion Nestle: The USDA's Plot to Feed Us Cheese
Eating Liberally's kat (a.k.a. Kerry Trueman) asks one of her inimitable "Ask Marion" questions, this one...
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