by Ian Froeb
This is the best part of the article:
A senior analyst for The Center for Consumer Freedom, a food industry trade group, said government involvement is not needed. "Obesity is a private issue and we do not need Big Brother wagging his finger at us every time somebody wants to eat a doughnut," said Justin Wilson. "If someone wants to be a little heavier because they enjoy eating food that tastes good, that's a person's personal right."
(You think he's related to the Justin Wilson?)
Speaking of fat: A Maryland company is adding a nutritional supplement to the nacho cheese sauce served in school cafeterias nationwide. (Baltimore Sun)