FoodAndBeveragePeople.com Welcomes its First Guest Writer - David Brown

David Brown's passion - correcting inaccuracies around the research consistently delivered by the U.S. government and the edible oil industry - is evident in the article David Brown has written for the website.

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Princeton, N.J. (PRWEB) November 03, 2011

FoodAndBeveragePeople.com is acutely aware of the power media has on influencing consumers -- particularly as it relates to food, health and beauty. As a media company dedicated to the people that make up the industry, not just the organizations, they also believe in the power of the individual. That’s why the website’s About Us page invites feedback and content suggestions.

David Brown, an individual who has been studying nutritional controversies since a 1977 back injury, referenced the public invitation after reading a number of the articles the site published regarding the edible oils industry. One such story was about Americans' opinions on food sin taxes and outlined the results of a survey related to Denmark's recently approved "fat tax."

Brown suggested the site consider research and data about saturated fats that runs contrary to conventional wisdom. The editors felt his message was important enough to share with industry professionals and requested he be FoodAndBeveragePeople.com’s first guest writer.

David Brown’s article on saturated and unsaturated fats can be understood as both a warning for consumers and an opportunity for food professionals.

FoodAndBeveragePeople.com appreciates Mr. Brown’s passion for presenting an opposing voice and his personal efforts to educate U.S. consumers.

About the website: FoodAndBeveragePeople.com ( food and beverage people dot com ) is for and about the people that drive the food and beverage industry in the United States. Industry professionals at every stage of their career will find news, newsmakers, jobs and industry trends that will help inform their business and career decisions. To share content ideas related to the food and beverage industry, please visit the website.

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