RIGHT OF REPLY - Setting the record straight on processed foods

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Right Of Reply: Healthy marketing for sports drinks opposed

Response to NZ Herald article  “'Healthy' marketing for sports drinks opposed” Original article NZ Herald, Wednesday Oct 1, 2014:  www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11334933 The opening sentence of the article which says “Proposed changes to food regulations that could see sports drinks marketed as healthy as healthy are being opposed by the Auckland Public Health Service” indicate that both the writer and the submitter ... more

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Right Of Reply: setting the record straight on food

Right of Reply: new service launched, dedicated to getting the facts right on food One of the most frustrating aspects of working in and around the food industry, is having your industry and it’s products regularly mis-represented in the media. In their efforts to cover some of the complex issues, non-technical journalists with limited space and time often leave the public with only part of the story. Foods often suffer in the never-ending search for headlines; ... more

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Wendyl Nissen resorts to Dirty Politics

Wendyl 1;       truth, democracy and journalistic integrity 0. Healthy food campaigner Wendyl Nissen claims to be the victim of a smear campaign funded by the food industry. A self-professed lay-person, Nissen has written her weekly column, "Wendyl Wants to Know", every Saturday for the past few years. She evaluates packaged food products for healthiness and suitability for children by reading the ingredient listings. Nissen is a  newspaper columnist, ... more

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