We’ve all heard it said that the best defense is a good offense. That idea is particularly relevant right now, since in the last few months food activists have successfully put some major players in the food industry on the defensive.Activist groups such as the Environmental Law Foundation seem to have realized what we’ve known all along—trying to bully consumers into changing their eating habits just doesn’t work. Now they’re using a new ploy in addition to their traditional scare-mongering ...

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