Is ‘big food’ political lobbying helping shape health policies at the public’s expense?

SMH, 23 January 2017
Author: Daniel Burdon
“Lobbyists for ‘big food’ are potentially swaying health policies in favour of their corporate bottom line in Australia, new research has claimed. A Deakin University study published Monday has reported finding “direct evidence” of food industry political tactics that had the potential to shape public health-related policies, at the expense of public health.”
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