The mass media seems to be catching on to the unscientific proclamations of the misnamed Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). Pittsburgh Post-Gazette food writer Nancy Anderson noted last Thursday that “in true CSPI fashion,” the group’s Nutrition Action Healthletter “makes sweeping damnations of brand-name foods.” Her judgment about the CSPI newsletter?

“It’s opinionated, readable, and not to be taken seriously.”

We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. The Post-Gazette also advises readers: “Don’t miss the anti-CSPI website at www.CSPIscam.com.”