Received $10,000 from ExxonMobil.
(http://www.exxonmobil.com/contributions/public_info.html; accessed 6/27/01)
Consumer Alert received about $10,000 from the food industry in 2000. (Frances Smith of Consumer Alert spoke at FDA Consumer Roundtable, December 13, 2000)
Funded by such companies as Chevron, Eli Lilly and Philip Morris. (The Observer, by Cockburn & Silverstein, 5/26/96)
Funding from Philip Morris, American Cyanamid, Exxon, Eli Lilly, Elanco, Pfizer, Anheuser, Busch, Coors, and Chevron. Corporations provide more than 60% of the groups funding. (Health News & Review, 6/22/93)
Consumer Alert received $2,500 from Amoco in 1992. (Capital Research Center, http://www.capitalresearch.org/)
Consumer Alert is heavily backed by liquor interests and opposes increase in federal excise taxes. (Industry Week, 6/29/87)
The Washington Post reported that Consumer Alert Advocate Fund, an Illinois-based group in whose name the beer industry has placed full-page, anti-excise ads in 57 newspapers.... The group receives contributions from individuals and from the telephone, auto and oil industries. (Washington Post, 6/19/87, p. A23)