MOFAD Roundtable: Whose Responsibility? The Ethics of Manufacturing and Marketing Big Food
Nutrition / Take-Out

MOFAD Roundtable: Whose Responsibility? The Ethics of Manufacturing and Marketing Big Food

Public health experts gathered in the Grand Hall at New York University’s Global Center this past Thursday, June 19, for yet another “honest discussion about tough food issues.” The roundtable discussion was the third of its kind, in an ongoing series hosted by the Museum of Food and Drink, or MOFAD, a non-profit startup that is launching New York … Continue reading

Coca-Cola Hands Out Exercise Advice, Campbells Switches to Pouches, and Wendy Comes to Life: The Art of Rebranding
Nutrition

Coca-Cola Hands Out Exercise Advice, Campbells Switches to Pouches, and Wendy Comes to Life: The Art of Rebranding

This week, news surfaced of a global rise in life expectancy. New York City beat their own record – and the national average. Food advocates worldwide had their moment of glory. However, a rise in life expectancy is no guarantee that the next generation will live a healthier life, but possibly a longer, unhealthier one. Coca-Cola, Campbell’s and Wendy’s also … Continue reading