COVID-washing fightback: New Zealand food industry slams 'weak' academic accusations
The New Zealand food and grocery industry has lashed out against academic claims that the sector has heavily engaged in 'COVID-washing', or used the pandemic to promote 'unhealthy' products, calling this an example of 'confirmation bias' and 'not based on genuine evidence'.
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