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CSPI: When Is A Pizza Not A Pizza?

The Center for Science in the Public Interest‘s shocking report that pizzas contain cheese caught the attention of The Dubuque Telegraph Herald’s Ken Brown, who writes: “I always thought pizza was a diet food. That notion was cleared up when the Center for Science in the Public Interest did a study… Good work guys.”



The Philadelphia Inquirer‘s Holly Love also took a bite out of CSPI’s report, writing, “[CSPI] has just declared that all that cheese and meaty topping should have only a cameo appearance in a meal, not a starring role. The ‘good news’ is that they strongly endorse pizza with little or no cheese and lots of vegetables instead of sausage or pepperoni. Isn’t that called ‘salad’?”



[For more on the Center for Science in the Public Interest, visit CSPIscam.com.]

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