Would you really think U.S. Food Policy is a promising source of free publicity?
Here's a comment on this weblog the other week:
1 comments:Gotta love the subtle pandering to your pro-nutrition sensibilities with the opening paragraph about sugary cereal marketed to children. Rebecca's comment was to this post, which was followed up by this post and this one about the limits of voluntary corporate policies on food marketing to children. That's a great story line for A&W to join.
I remember one morning I was up early and was randomly watching cartoons and the commercials were quite frightening. Sugar! Toys! Sugar! Candy! Toys!
I'm also working with MoovetoAmerican.org, a group asking Americans to "Moove to American" and support 100% US beef. I appreciate your point of view. Thanks for the great post.
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Similarly, with regard to real 100% American beef, the A&W folks may enjoy U.S. Food Policy's coverage of Country of Origin Labeling (COOL).
Tana at I Heart Farms has more on this story, in a post entitled "Moove Your A-- Out of Here, Evil Marketing Idiots."