Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition

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The Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition was created by General Mills, the leading kids' sugar cereals company, to generate industry-friendly research under the cover of seemingly impartial institutes with lofty, objective-sounding names that convey scientific integrity. [1] According to its website, its mission is to "contribute to research on whole grains, micronutrients and breakfast, and publish research and scientific articles in leading peer-reviewed journals."[2]

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General Mills
Bell Institute JFB 6-100
9000 Plymouth Avenue N
Minneapolis, MN 55427
Email: Bell.Institute At genmills.com
Website: http://www.bellinstitute.com

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References

  1. Michele Simon Appetite for Profit: How the Food Industry Undermines our Health and How to Fight Back', Nation Books, 2006, page 186.
  2. Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition, "About Us", Bell Institute website, accessed October 2008.

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