Monthly Archives: October 2012

  1. If the volume of media discussion is any indication…

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    October 15, 2012 by nutritionpolicy2012

    Wow! Lots of interesting Food & Nutrition related articles in the news this weekend! Some of you might have already …
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  2. The Real Bears


    October 11, 2012 by nutritionpolicy2012

    What are your thoughts on this new campaign by the CSPI?

  3. SNAP To It! Coordinating the Efforts of Food Assistance Program in the US


    October 9, 2012 by nutritionpolicy2012

    Jen Sohl Food insecurity is an issue faced by many Americans. Recognizing that nobody should go hungry, governmental programs such …
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  4. Cost-Sharing for School Salad Bars


    October 8, 2012 by hannahemartin1

    We all like exercising our freedom of choice instead of being told what to do and kids are certainly no …
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  5. Salad bars from sea to shining sea!


    October 8, 2012 by amberpulaski

    Why is it so easy to make less than ideal food choices? When you go to a restaurant, most of …
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  6. Would you like 230 calories worth of fries with that?


    October 8, 2012 by blistenfelt

    Eating out is a luxury for the graduate student, but a regular occurrence for much of the American population. Menu …
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  7. Starving in food deserts, drowning in food swamps? Understanding the labels and their link to obesity


    October 8, 2012 by eldavies3

    “Food desert” is quite the buzzword these days not only in public health vernacular but also in mainstream media. As …
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