Like Tobacco Industry, Soda Industry Attempts To Avoid Accountability For Products’ Role In Poor Health Outcomes

Scientific American’s “Food Matters”: If Soda Companies Don’t Want to Be Treated Like Tobacco Companies They Need to Stop Acting Like Them
Patrick Mustain, communications manager at Oceana, compares the tobacco and beverage industries and discusses how each obfuscate science and attempt to avoid accountability for and “manipulate understanding of its product’s role in Americans’ poor health…” (10/19).

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