Skip to main content
Other CSPI Websites
Food Marketing Workgroup
Subscribe to Nutrition Action Healthletter
Sign up to join the fight for safer, healthier food
Protecting Our Health
What You Can Do
The Center for Science in the Public Interest’s resource library is the place to find primary source material such as fact sheets, legal and regulatory filings, letters to agencies, infographics, and other documents.
"100% Natural" 7UP ad
May 11, 2006
CSPI's Letter of Intent to Sue Cadbury Schweppes
May 10, 2006
CSPI letter to Committee on Nutrition Standards for Food in Schools, 2006
April 20, 2006
CSPI's Letter of Support for Sugar Association Petition re: 7-UP
March 13, 2006
Sugar Association's Petition to FDA
February 28, 2006
Letter of Intent to Sue Viacom re: Junk Food Marketing to Kids
January 18, 2006
Raw Deal: School Beverage Contracts Less Lucrative Than They Seem
January 1, 2006
Lost in Translation
November 28, 2005
Agreement Between Plaintiffs and PepsiCo re: Tropicana Labeling
August 11, 2005
CSPI letter to Kellogg re: Apple Jack marketing
July 20, 2005
Get Free Nutrition Tips
From the staff of CSPI's Nutrition Action Healthletter.
Make your voice heard in the halls of Congress, in city halls, and in corporate boardrooms.
Join the Fight
Make a Donation
Your tax-deductible gift fuels the fight for safer, healthier food.
Should you exercise on an empty stomach?
“There’s actually a lot of research that supports skipping eating before exercise to maximize your fat-burning potential,” claims FitDay.com.
True…as far as it goes. Which isn’t very.
See more tips
How to Eat Smarter
Our publication, Nutrition Action Healthletter, keeps you up-to-date on food safety and nutrition information.
In the Latest Issue:
Have you been fooled by these foods?
One good way to downsize your restaurant meal
How to pick the best creamer for your coffee