This is the second episode in a two part series on food marketing as a follow up to the Resnick Program on Food Law & Policy’s conference in October. Host Jenna Liut discusses the political and legal barriers to regulating food marketing efforts with guest, Jennifer Pomeranz. Jennifer – a food law in policy expert – is an Assistant Professor and the Interim Chair of the Department of Public Health Policy and Management at NYU’s College of Global Public Health. Later in the show, Jenna is joined by Doug Rauch, Founder & President of Daily Table, our featured startup of the week. Daily Table is a non-profit retail store in Dorchester, MA, offering its community a variety of tasty, convenient and affordable foods.
“We are marketing sugary beverages, sugary cereals, fast food, and other unhealthy products to kids, and it definitely influences their desires.” – Jennifer Pomeranz