Filed Under: Food Scares

Unnecessary Labeling

The American Council on Science and Health’s Ruth Kava attacks the Center for Science in the Public Interest’s campaign to force labeling for products that contain added sugars. Kava says, “Labeling foods or ingredients as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ is simply an unhealthy red herring – it is quite possible to avoid added sugars and still have a poor diet!”

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