Saturday, 30 January 2010
More salty nonsense
Professor Graham MacGregor, Chairman of Consensus Action on Salt and Health (just make the cheque out to CASH!), a pressure group of salt-fearing medics, says: "We are thrilled that Kellogg's has finally acknowledged that people don't want salty breakfast cereals."
What a complete arse! Why would Kellogg's wilfully force salt down its customers' throats? I imagine the salt adds to the manufacturing cost so I doubt very much they include it if their customers really don't want it. And if that were the case, why are Kellogg's products so successful if their cereals are so salty and crap no one wants to buy them? I wonder how many brain cells Prof MacGregor possesses if he can make such stupid statements as that.