Lifestyle Economics

Bureaucrats and activist shouldn’t be allowed to decide what the public is allowed to eat


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The IEA’s Head of Lifestyle Economics Christopher Snowdon has been quoted by the Sunday Mirror, in light of the Lancet Commission on Obesity calling for food companies to be regulated like the tobacco industry.

“This report is trying to demonise normal food, such as sausages and ham, and stigmatise those who consume it.

“If these policies are introduced, a thriving and competitive food market will be replaced by a “state anchored approach” in which bureaucrats and activists decide what the public is allowed to eat.”

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