7 thoughts on “Judas: Former Kraft exec says food industry conspired to make people eat more”

  1. The movie industry conspires to make us go to movies more. The education lobby conspires to make us go to school. Doctors conspire to make us adopt healthy habits. Bloggers conspire to make us read their blogs. But say it isn’t so the food industry conspires to make us eat! T

  2. So, the NY Times uses junk science to scare people about the deadliness of certain foods and drinks it deems to be politically incorrect and to claim there’s an association with obesity — all of which is false — in order to conduce people to buy foods and products it believes best for everyone and taxpayers must support.
    And they believe they are the ethical ones?

  3. Try this on for reasons FOOD producers like Progressive governments – you will be mad as HELL – – –

    A friend shared this article with you from The Washington Post:

    Federal program that began as a last resort for the hungry has grown into an economic lifeline for entire towns..

    http://wapo.st/Zh6BVS

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    The only solution is to Restore the original Founders Constitution with a weak, small limited Federal Government and a unlimited strong State government. The 17th Amendment and the 14th and 16th gave the power to do these Unconstitutional acts with a usurping Court. Are you mad enough or scared enough to join our national effort to take the power away from DC and the Political class. End the Progressive Movement now. The answers are in this library and project to RESTORE LIBERTY. http://articlevprojecttorestoreliberty.com/index.html

    The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.

    Alexis de Tocqueville

  4. I always wonder why we are handing out food stamps and then complaining people are over-weight. Maybe we should have people weighed and then decide how much they get on food stamps–you know, portion control, as Bloomberg would say.

  5. I have read recently, like off and on since 1970, that the food stamp program was meant as much to prop up farm prices as to improve the living standards of poor people. It certainly has somewhat that effect. I’ve also read that the dietary programs like the Four Basic Food Groups had the same goal.

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