By: Richard Berman Newspaper: Pork Network “Cheese-eating surrender monkeys” is how The Simpsons described the French. And it seems the French attitude has sunk into a corner of the restaurant industry. Rick Berman The Francophiles at Bon Appétit Management Company, which supplies corporations … Continue reading

Don’t fear new food

(February 11th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Palm Beach Post In the 20th Century, a new food was introduced to the human diet. Grown by farmers in New Zealand without pre-market oversight, this food is now in everything from pie to natural food … Continue reading
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: The Blaze Imagine for a moment that Amtrak trumpeted a “study” conducted by a supporter that showed airline travel caused cancer or other horrible diseases, despite a contrary scientific consensus. The public would likely be skeptical … Continue reading

Kids need food, not propaganda

(February 6th, 2014)

Egg law could scramble Texas

(January 24th, 2014)
By: Will Coggin Newspaper: Houston Chronicle  Texas has a history of fierce independence – fierce enough that it’s hard to believe any Texan would submit to being pushed around by California. Yet that is what’s going to happen to Texas … Continue reading

Help Us Keep America Free!

(December 31st, 2013)
Over the past year, we’ve been hard at work pushing back against nanny state policies. Radical vegan activists are trying to stop you from eating meat, and the food police continue to attack your right to choice and personal responsibility. Their new line of attack is claiming that … Continue reading
Tomorrow, July 4th, marks the 237th birthday of our great nation, one founded on the ideals  that every man, woman, and child has the unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We here at the Center for … Continue reading
Today the nonprofit Center for Consumer Freedom (CCF) released a new report, The Case Against Regulating or Taxing Soda, that outlines how these polices unfairly target those least able to afford price increases, are based on shaky medical evidence, and will … Continue reading
By: J. Justin Wilson Newspaper: The Washington Times If there is one indisputable rule of dating, it must be this: Don’t discuss politics and religion on the first date. We all know why. These topics arouse visceral passions. Just meeting somebody … Continue reading
Today the Center for Consumer Freedom criticized the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s over-the-top “Xteme Eating Awards.” The semi-annual awards “honor” restaurants for their high-calorie menu items. J. Justin Wilson, Senior Research Analyst at the Center for Consumer … Continue reading