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The Dark Side of Food Campaigns, Part 2

So at this point, it’s clear that big soda and beverage companies haven’t curtailed their marketing campaigns targeted at children and young adults. On the contrary, the marketing towards this demographic has only increased, and the health implications that could result from this have been well-documented.

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The Apple Pushers

Recently I had the pleasure of viewing a documentary film that seemed quite appropriate to blog about, as it examined the politics and policies of a food campaign (just like the title!). The film, The Apple Pushers, specifically looked at the campaign to increase access to healthy fruits and vegetables in areas of New York City where access to these health foods is difficult (a.k.a. food deserts).

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The Dark Side of Food Campaigns, Part 1 (Epilogue)

Oh, the irony. (via http://selfishgiving.com/)