CSPI is out to prove why it won our 2000 Nanny of the Year Award. CSPI continues its unnecessary campaign against restaurant serving sizes in the Chicago Tribune.
Meanwhile, Henry Miller, of the Hoover Institution and Competitive Enterprise Institute, blasts CSPI’s anti-olestra stance. As Miller puts it, “For more than a decade, the organization has forsworn common sense and overwhelming scientific evidence in attacking olestra.” We’d like to add that CSPI has gotten at least $60,000 since 1997 from the Helena Rubinstein Foundation to disparage olestra, a food additive that could safely and easily help curb the growing obesity rates CSPI constantly harps on.
To learn more about CSPI’s war on choice, check out CSPIScam.com.