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Nestlé’s Resignation From GMA Is A Sign Of Major Trouble In The Food Industry

November 26, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Big Food’s grip on Washington policymaking may be loosening amid grumbling over its handling of the evolving preferences of American food and beverage buyers. The latest sign of turmoil arose when Nestlé dropped out of the big lobbying group Grocery Manufacturers Association over disagreements about how to handle food industry trends, including the stagnation of iconic brands, as younger shoppers and moms look for more healthful, more transparent food products. But, though GMA says it is adapting to consumer trends, Politico’s interviews with industry leaders found that “complacency and a lack of leadership at GMA are also to blame.” [Image Credit: © GMA ]
Helena Bottemiller Evich et al., "The Big Washington Food Fight", Politico, November 26, 2017, © Politico LLC
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