Researcher finds Coke’s fingerprints on health policy in China GAZETTE: You break the report into two parts. The first is an institutional story of how ILSI works both at global and local levels to advance corporate interests. It takes a behind-the-scenes look at the organization. Then, the report highlights the gap between the public narrative about ILSI as a charitable organization that adheres to IRS rules on nonprofits, and contrasts it with set of private channels within the organization used to influence ILSI science and health policy in branches around the world. What were some of the biggest revelations you came across here?GREENHALGH: ILSI was created more than 40 years ago by then-Coca-Cola vice president Alex Malaspina and it now has 15 branches worldwide, including one in China — but nobody had looked closely at how it operates. The biggest discovery was the incredible complexity and sophistication of the organization. Tracking it over six years, I discovered that there were four specific features of its structure and organization that enabled it to serve industry interests while appearing to serve the public. You just mentioned two of those features: ILSI has a dual character — visible and invisible, public and private — and a host of informal, hidden mechanisms by which companies can influence the science. But there are two more as well. One is a hierarchical global structure that concentrated power in D.C. and made the branches subject to the authority of ILSI-Global. Last but not least are exclusionary rules of participation. Participation in ILSI events — especially by speakers — was by invitation only, creating a quasi-closed world of ILSI science in which critics of corporate intervention in science were not invited. They were excluded by definition.GAZETTE: What do you hit on in the second part of the report?GREENHALGH: The second part is a detailed story of science-making and policymaking over 20 years, both at the global level of ILSI headquarters in the U.S. and at the local Chinese level. This story shows how Coke and other corporations used the ILSI apparatus to promote an industry-friendly approach to obesity calling for some dietary changes, but prioritizing exercise and remaining silent about soda taxes. In this section, I trace the process step by step to show how Coca-Cola managed to leave its mark on every phase of the process of making obesity policy. You can find Coke’s fingerprints on everything from framing the obesity problem and solution as matters primarily of physical activity, to naming the key, industry-friendly actors in the policy process, to creating activity-focused policies and programs. You can see Coke’s involvement too in the construction of the scientific rationales to support the physical-activity solution, primarily “energy-balance science,” which says you can eat as many calories as you wish, as long as you burn them off. Finally, you can detect Coke’s role in incorporating these activity-centered approaches into Chinese policy and programs. That’s pretty remarkable. GAZETTE: What triggered this study, along with the previous two, and how did you go about completing this body of work?GREENHALGH: When I started this project back in 2013, there was already growing concern about corporate intervention in science and policy on human health. There were important studies of the tobacco and pharmaceutical industries, some by colleagues here at Harvard, but there was virtually no research on the food industry. At that time, the media were devoting massive attention to the growing epidemic of obesity, not just in the U.S but all around the world. It seemed highly likely the food industry was trying to skew the science of obesity to protect profits, and so I set out to study what the industry was doing in China, my area of expertise.There, I spent 10 weeks doing in-depth field research that involved, among other things, two dozen interviews with obesity experts, including those who had been instrumental in making China’s obesity policy. The interviews raised more questions than they answered, though. The biggest puzzle was ILSI, whose leaders in China claimed to create disinterested science despite being industry-funded. To understand developments in China, I needed to expand the project to include the entire ILSI-Global network, the Coca-Cola Co., and other global programs active in China, like the Exercise Is Medicine program. Over time, my research became a two-part project, with one part centering on China and the other on developments at the global level, which became interesting in their own right. “No one I was studying wanted me to be studying them. And so they put many obstacles in my way.” Last year, anthropologist Susan Greenhalgh, the John King and Wilma Cannon Fairbank Research Professor of Chinese Society, revealed how the Coca-Cola Co. worked through an industry-funded global scientific nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., to influence obesity science and policy solutions in China. In a follow-up study, published Monday in the Journal of Health Policy, Politics and Law, Greenhalgh went deeper into how the nonprofit, the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI), was so successful at this. She traces the history of ILSI (the chief scientific nonprofit of the processed food and sugary drinks industry), exploring how it operates, and how Coca-Cola used it to influence the scientific agenda and shape obesity science and policy at global levels and in China. The Gazette interviewed Greenhalgh about the new study and what it says about industry influence on health science and policy.Q&ASusan GreenhalghGAZETTE: What’s the story you’re trying to tell here, and how does it expand on the 2019 report?GREENHALGH: This is fundamentally a story about Coke and ILSI protecting the soda industry from threats posed by the obesity epidemic — threats of soda taxes and government restrictions on marketing to kids. Since 2015, when The New York Times exposed Coke’s efforts to promote activity as the main solution for obesity, we’ve known that Coke was involved in distorting the science of obesity. My work reveals the scale of the impact and the inner workings of the organizations involved. The 2019 papers I published in The BMJ and the Journal of Public Health Policy documented Coke and ILSI’s success in getting the “exercise-first” approach embedded in China’s science and policy on obesity. This article digs into the operations of ILSI to explain that success during the two decades between 1995, when ILSI took up the obesity issue, and 2015, when Coke abandoned the exercise-first approach. “ … we’ve known that Coke was involved in distorting the science of obesity. My work reveals the scale of the impact and the inner workings of the organizations involved.” Related Soda company worked through nonprofit to shape obesity strategy, professor says GAZETTE: Did you encounter any challenges collecting the data and information?GREENHALGH: Absolutely. Everything was surrounded in secrecy. Many of the claims made by people involved with ILSI-funded science didn’t add up; the closer you looked, the more problematic some of them became. Over time, I came to see that the main actors — both ILSI leaders at global and local levels and the core scientists — were engaged in deliberately concealing what was going on. So, much of the research involved constantly trying to peel back layer after layer of obfuscation.The second major challenge was there was no roadmap to what I should study — which actors, which organizations, which activities. As a result, I had to adopt an open-ended, exploratory process of investigation and follow every lead to see where it would take me. It was an energizing process, because the more I looked, the more interesting — and often concerning — material I found.GAZETTE: What are some of the study’s limitations?GREENHALGH: No one I was studying wanted me to be studying them. And so they put many obstacles in my way. Because of the extreme sensitivity of the issues I was probing — especially after The Times’ expose — I was unable to interview the core scientists in the U.S.Fortunately, this problem didn’t affect the China research. Partly because it was done before the 2015 expose came out, but also because the political culture in China is very different. In China, corporate funding of scientific research is just routine. It’s business as usual, so people were willing to talk about it.GAZETTE: Why is it important that these issues be brought to the light?GREENHALGH: It’s important for two major reasons. First, despite some important critical work on corporate intervention in science, rich and powerful companies like Coca-Cola are continuing their efforts to create industry-friendly science, and that science threatens both the integrity of health science and the soundness of health policy. We’ve long known that food companies are meddling in the science, but we still know little about how they’re doing it and with what effects. If we are to intervene in these harmful dynamics, we need to know much more about how sophisticated, secretive quasi-corporate organizations like ILSI work.The second reason we need to keep these issues in the public eye — even in the midst of a viral pandemic — is that the impact of these companies may be much greater than is currently appreciated. Industry impact is likely to be greatest not in the U.S. or Western Europe, where the critical research is concentrated, but in countries in the Global South that are part of the ILSI network. If China is any indication, the political culture, especially in poor countries, may be welcoming to big companies offering financial and technological support. Substantial evidence suggests that ILSI operates in similar ways across the globe. We need to put much more energy into in-depth research on the effects ILSI is having on scientific understandings and official policies on chronic diseases around the world.In China the impact of that exercise-first approach promoted by Coke and ILSI continues to this day. Despite the findings of the 2019 articles, China has not questioned how it’s tackling its epidemics of obesity and related chronic diseases. I see this new work as both a call to action to the research community, and a concrete guide to the kinds of analytic strategies and research methods that are needed to call the food industry to account.This interview has been edited and condensed for length and clarity.
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UPL Actions September 15, 2003 Regular News T he Florida Supreme Court recently issued five court orders permanently prohibiting seven persons and/or corporations from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law.The following entities are prohibited from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law: All People’s Financial Group, Inc. and Joseph Battista, Margate, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a March 6 court order, based on a stipulated injunction. Battista allegedly assisted individuals who were defendants in foreclosure lawsuits. (Case no. SC03-295) Tito Eli Gonzalez, Arcadia, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a March 13 court order, based on a stipulated injunction. Gonzalez allegedly provided legal assistance in immigration matters. (Case no. SC02-1746) Paul Douglas Morrison, Clearwater, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law, following an April 17 court order. Morrison allegedly held himself out as an attorney and provided legal services to others regarding Florida law. (Case no. SC02-852) Jack Mousa, individually and d/b/a Foreclosure Assistance Bureau and Florida State Foreclosure Administrators, Inc., a/k/a Florida State Foreclosure Administration, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following an April 17 court order, based on a stipulated injunction. Mousa allegedly assisted individuals who were defendants in foreclosure lawsuits. (Case no. SC01-1461) Madelone Sprouse, Jacksonville, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law following a Feb. 20 court order, based on a stipulated injunction. Sprouse allegedly provided legal assistance to others in family law matters. (Case no. SC02-891) Court orders are not final until time expires to file a rehearing motion and, if filed, determined.
The first such automated machine for making potatoes in the world has already been set up on the beach in Crikvenica, and in just 35 seconds it will throw out fresh and hot potatoes with sauce. The whole story is only in the test phase, and yet it is the result of many years of thinking and working. But that’s just the beginning of the story. The Surf’n’Fries Vending machine opens up a totally new business perspective and a new market, as well as a phenomenal extension of the Surf’n’Fries brand. The possibilities are really wide, and the market is all over the world. I have no doubt at all about the success of Čolak’s new business venture, which has so far more than successfully proved that in spite of everything it is possible to make a globally competitive product and tourist export product in Croatia through a franchise model, which is a huge success. It is worth mentioning that Čolak was the co-founder of the world’s first smart umbrella Kisha, also a Croatian product, and that a year ago he opened the first franchise consulting agency – CFCG. And Čolak is also responsible for the Croatian application for booking nautical berths – PortHop. However, as much as some ideas, ie solutions, seemed logical and natural to us, in their simplicity lies their genius, and behind which stand hours and hours of creative thinking, trial and error… but persistence still paid off. Namely, this year the third franchise of Surf’n’Fries was opened in Egypt. Interestingly, Egypt is among the world’s largest exporters of potatoes. According to the data OEC, Egypt with over $ 300 million in exports ranks 4th in the world ranking of the largest exporters of potatoes. A similar paradox can be stated that some counties in Slavonia boast that they brought a company from Israel to learn how to irrigate Slavonia, instead of the other way around. Kudos to the Israelis for making “Slavonia” out of the desert and exporting products, but when we talk about exporting knowledge, then Slavonia should sell know-how in the context of irrigation for agricultural purposes to Israelis, and not the other way around. While the Israelites made Slavonia out of the desert, we made Slavonia a desert. An interesting parallel, isn’t it? Čolak and Surf n Fries are certainly the pioneers of the franchise model in Croatia, especially in the * QSR segment (quick service restaurant franchise ). As Colak himself concludes, that was crucial. “If we didn’t have that innovation as a business franchise model we probably wouldn’t even come close to a new product today and the question of whether we would exist as a Surf n Fries brand”Concludes Čolak. But that’s a different story. Let’s go back to Colak and his new innovation and product – Surf’n’Fries the first automated machine for making and selling fries When you sell fries, sauces, juice the imperative arises and the question is how to put all three things in one hand? And there has also been a new innovation in packaging i.e. Surf n Fries packaging. By the way, the whole story is a Croatian product, which is an added value and proof that it is possible to make global competitors products and innovations in Croatia, in spite of everything. How to make an innovation when it comes to fries? Of course, everything is currently in the test phase, and later more options will be added according to the plan, from more sauce options even to the production of fresh breaded chicken medallions. Of course, fries are just the beginning of the story, and to this day, Surf’n’Fries offers a much wider and richer offer, as well as three types of business franchise models. After all, if you haven’t by now, be sure to get acquainted with the story of the global brand Surf’n’Fries. Another interesting fact is that Čolak also sells his fries in Egypt, one of the world’s largest exporters of potatoes. 12 years ago, a successful story about the development of the Surf’n’Fries brand, with an emphasis on the global brand, started from Rijeka and a small restaurant of a little more than 25 m2. Today, Surf’n’Fries fries are sold through franchise models in over 20 countries with hundreds of partners. “Everything is still in the testing phase and we follow every step of how it works because there are a lot of challenges that we have to solve. The device is currently being tested on Monty’s Dog beach in Crikvenica, and will later be installed at the Zagreb railway station and in a shopping center. The biggest advantage is that it works 0/24 so the best locations will be the ones that are open 24 hours. This is a very challenging mechanic, because making french fries within 35 seconds is very difficult to achieve. Also, we have to make sure that the whole complex process works properly, that the french fries do not header, that it withstands all external conditions, etc.… Also, there is our software that is connected to the internet, which allows us to see remotely or from the office all key information. Is it full, empty, something needs to be filled or something is not working, etc.… ” says Colak. Following the global story of the Surf’n’Fries brand, the whole story expands to automated Vending machine for making and selling potatoes. (Vending machine or vending machine. I honestly don’t know how to translate exactly into Croatian, maybe an automated machine that sells food, drinks or cigarettes when a coin, banknote or token is inserted into it) “We have been working on this for three years because there is a big trend in the world of kitchen automation, both due to labor problems and due to the automation of the whole process. We recognized this and of course took everything to a higher level, so we set out to fully automate our entire process. We are looking for a solution to create a “vending machine” that does not require any employees”Points out Colak. And that brings us to an interesting fact or rather a paradox. While we import potatoes from Egypt and other countries, according to the data of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, in 2018 the import of potatoes increased by 50%, Čolak exports Surf n Fries potatoes. All in One / French fries, sauces, juice and breaded chicken medallions or chicken nuggets This example reminds me, although they are not connected in the same way and it is about other industries, of one of the great achievements of Dr. Davor Pavuna who for the Swedish company Tetra Pak doo thinned the aluminum on the packaging by one micron and thus made the company millions in annual savings. packaging production. The very initial vision to launch a globally successful franchise from Croatia is admirable, let alone realized. The story of Surf’n’Fries can be divided through two key phases: Idea and innovation and perseverance and effort. The packaging itself is a top solution at the global level in the context of “on the go” food packaging. The All in One solution made it possible to hold french fries, sauces, juice and breaded chicken medallions or chicken nuggets in one hand, while with the other hand we can eat in peace, while still on the move. Also, an innovative solution from Čolak’s workshop. In fact, these are four innovations from Čolak’s laboratory. As I stated: fries, packaging, now also vending manchine, and we should definitely emphasize the innovation through the franchise business model, which was not bought or copied, but the result of Čolak and his team. At first, an impossible mission, but Andrija Čolak managed just that. And in a way that he made a hollow through the middle of the potato, ie he hollowed out the potatoes so that the sauce would “fit” into it perfectly. A brilliant idea, and as much as it was impossible to talk at all at the beginning and think about an innovation when we talk about fries, that’s exactly what Colak did. “We already have a lot of interest and inquiries, but first we have to be a million percent sure that the whole story works in every way before we go with this product on the market, so we will not rush to market in the context of sales until everything is 100% tested ” Colak points out. Now that I am writing this article and listing what Čolak is responsible for, my admiration for this genius who works diligently and shyly under the radar is only growing, but he has achieved very measurable success. And he was just beginning to spread his wings. Imagine bringing together all our geniuses in different sectors and turning our incredible potentials into quality resources. Photo: Surf’n’Fries
The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) is tracking the wealth and assets of former Supreme Court secretary Nurhadi Abdurrahman, who is a suspect in a bribery case.Nurhadi and his son-in-law, Rezky Herbiyono, were named as suspects for allegedly accepting nine checks and Rp 46 billion (US$3.2 million) in cash as bribes in connection with three Supreme Court cases between 2011 and 2016.KPK commissioner Nawawi Pomolanggo told the Koran Tempo daily that the antigraft agency would continue to investigate Nurhadi’s wealth and assets, as well as possible laundering efforts. “We will continue to [track his wealth] during the investigation,” Nawawi said on Monday.According to the wealth report Nurhadi filed in 2012, he possessed Rp 33.4 billion in assets that ranged from land to luxury cars. Antigraft activists expressed their suspicions over his unusually large wealth, suggesting that some of it came from illicit sources.Nawawi declined to comment further, “considering that this investigation is in the realm of pro justitia, which is strict and confidential”, he said, referring to a mechanism that guarantees legal certainty according to existing laws.Since arresting the two suspects earlier this month, the KPK has summoned several witnesses in the case, including Nurhadi’s wife Tin Zuraida. The KPK summoned Tin, who has also been detained but is not a suspect in the case, for questioning on Monday.Ali Fikri, the KPK’s acting spokesperson for law enforcement, said that the commission sought to confirm several receipts of money that Tin transferred to Nurhadi and several assets the couple owned.The investigation was also looking into Tin’s relation with Kardi, a Supreme Court employee who allegedly managed some of Tin’s wealth. “Among other things, our investigator is looking to [clarify] the ties between [Tin] and Kardi,” Ali said on Monday as quoted by kompas.com.Earlier on June 10, the KPK summoned Kardi and his driver for questioning. On June 15, it questioned businessman Sofyan Rosada and obtained a statement from him that substantiated the connection between Tin and Kardi.Meanwhile, Indonesian Anticorruption Community coordinator Boyamin Saiman stated that Tin and Kardi had eloped in 2001, alleging that the wedding was held at an Islamic boarding school belonging to Sofyan.Also on Monday, the KPK questioned Edward Danny Suhendra, an employee of San Diego Hills Memorial Park, regarding the alleged purchase of cemetery plots for Nurhadi and Tin. investigators also summoned Andy Kurniawan, the general manager of the luxury funeral home and cemetery.The memorial park and cemetery provides exclusive funeral services, and sells burial plots for Rp 57.1 million to Rp 101.7 million each at the private cemetery it manages in Karawang regency, West Java.Hiendra Soenjoto, the director of PT Multicon Indrajaya Terminal who is also a suspect in the case, allegedly purchased the plots for the couple as a bribe when Nurhadi was still on the run.Antigraft activists have urged the KPK to identify those parties that may have helped hide Nurhadi, who was arrested in South Jakarta six months after he was named as a bribery suspect. It was suspected that Nurhadi had been hiding in the luxury neighborhood the entire time.During Nurhadi’s arrest, the KPK seized three vehicles, cash and documents as evidence. The commission questioned Nurhadi’s daughter Rizki Aulia Rahmi on June 18 over the seized items.The KPK has said that it planned to charge Nurhadi with money laundering.Bambang Widjojanto, who served as the KPK commissioner from 2011 to 2015, previously said that proving Tin’s involvement in the case could lead to money laundering charges, claiming that she managed and couriered Nurhadi’s illicitly gained wealth.Bambang also suggested that Nurhadi and Rezky could have been involved in more than three Supreme Court cases, as Nurhadi’s position allowed him to control the judicial flow at the country’s highest court.He urged the KPK to use Nurhadi’s bribery investigation as an opportunity to uncover other corruption cases in the judiciary. (mfp)Topics :
AC Milan’s talismanic forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday and the 38-year-old responded in typically irreverent style, saying it was a bad idea for the virus to challenge him.Milan said that Ibrahimovic, who will miss the Europa League match at home to Bodo/Glimt later on Thursday, was placed in quarantine at home and the health authorities had been informed.The announcement came one day after his team mate Leo Duarte returned a positive test, however Milan said the rest of the squad, who were also tested, were negative. Topics : “I tested negative for COVID yesterday and positive today. No symptoms what so ever. COVID had the courage to challenge me. Bad idea,” said Ibrahimovic on Twitter.Former Barcelona, Juventus, Ajax and Inter Milan forward Ibrahimovic, who will be 39 in October, is the highest-profile Serie A player to test positive since play resumed in June following a three-month stoppage.One of Europe’s most charismatic players, he has scored 14 goals in 22 matches since returning for a second stint at Milan in January, helping revive his team.He began the new Serie A season in style on Monday by scoring twice in the 2-0 win over Bologna.His remarkable form led Ibrahimovic to give himself the nickname Benjamin Button after the main character in a 2008 Oscar-winning Hollywood movie about a man who ages in reverse.
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Greensburg, In. — The forecast from the National Weather Service has prompted Tree City Fall Festival to make schedule changes on Friday.First, opening ceremonies –including the crowning of festival royalty– will be moved to the gymnasium at City Hall at 6:00. The Melody Mart Student Jam will hopefully begin between 7:30 and 8 p.m. Finally, the Elton John tribute band Dogs of Society will not perform tonight. Organizers are working to reschedule that performance.Vendors are welcome to set up at their own risk for Friday. However, organizers will not provide tents to nonprofit organizations until the threat of severe weather passes. Vendors who elect to mobilize on Saturday should do so by 8 a.m.
Madison, IN—In what is described by Jefferson County Prosecutor David Sutter as one of the worst documented cases of child abuse in Jefferson County, Christopher Keller, 36, of Madison, pled guilty today to four (4) counts of Aggravated Battery from the May/June 2019 battery of an 18-month-old child in his care. Keller was sentenced to sixteen (16) years on each count to be served consecutively in the Indiana Department of Correction for a total of 64 years.Chief Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Blaine Goode was passionate in his request that the Judge give the maximum available sentence, “Maximum sentences are to be reserved for the worst of the worst offenders, and the torturous acts that the Court witnessed on the video today are the worst of the worst.”The abuse was first discovered when the child’s mother, returned home from work to find the boy had severe bruises on his head and body, a bite mark, and a large section of hair missing from his scalp. She had left the child in the care of Keller, her husband and the child’s stepfather, at the time. The mother then took him to Riley Hospital for Children for medical attention. A skeletal survey found the child had suffered six (6) compression fractures to his spine, consistent with inflicted injury.After the initial investigation and arrest of Mr. Keller, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department were contacted by a woman who reported she was in possession of SD card video documenting evidence of abuse on the child by Christopher Keller, captured via a security camera in the home. Police officers secured a search warrant of the home and seized the video.“The video, though extremely difficult to watch, documents the multiple instances of abuse over a more than eleven (11) hour period,” stated Prosecutor David Sutter. “I want to thank my Chief Deputy Prosecutor, Blaine Goode, for his efforts in pinpointing exactly which of these could yield the maximum penalty in this case and I am grateful we were able to achieve the maximum sentence today.”Keller has been incarcerated since July 29, 2019, and will serve the remainder of the 64 years at the Indiana Department of Correction. Due to the plea agreement, he will not be eligible to appeal the convictions.