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Kind CEO takes on Special Interest Food Groups in Washington


Daniel Lubetzky, CEO of the snack company called “Kind”, is taking on special interest food groups in Washington. Lubetzky is committing $25 million over 10 years to found the organization "Feed the Truth”. He wants to stop "biased science" funded by food groups from influencing nutrition policy. Lubetzky wants to level the playing field and educate people about biased information. Feed the Truth’s mission is to counteract “the food industry’s undue influence in shaping nutrition policy”.

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