Monday, January 10, 2005

California tries to ban school junk food (again)

The January issue of Informed Eating links to an update on California's school food bill, which failed last year and is being introduced again. If it passes, it would place nutrition standards on "competitive foods" in grades K-12. The online newsletter also has an editorial on the similarities between Coke and Big Tobacco, a second look at the "Fat Tax," and a link to Cornell nutritional biochemist T. Colin Campbell's book-length argument for plant-based diets, The China Study.

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