According to the Guardian: "...health secretary Andrew Lansley has set up five "responsibility deal" networks with business, co-chaired by ministers, to come up with policies...The groups are dominated by food and alcohol industry members, who have been invited to suggest measures to tackle public health crises. " Food members such as McDonald's, PepsiCo, KFC and Kelloggs.
Oh. Ok. Maybe we should let tobacco companies write governmental reports on lung cancer then. I''m sure they wouldn't be biased at all.