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    Hank Cardello
    Lifetime Points: 0
    Title Senior Fellow
    Organization Hudson Institute
    Organization Web Site www.obesity-solutions.org
    Institution Type Non-Profit Organizations
    Industry Type Food/Beverages
    Languages I speak English
    Please list your areas of Expertise Food Policy, Obesity, Nutrition
    Summarize your expertise in greater detail Hank Cardello serves as a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, a non-partisan policy think tank in Washington, DC, where he directs its Obesity Solutions Initiative. He is the author of Stuffed: An Insider's Look at Who's (Really) Making America Fat published by HarperCollins/Ecco. For over three decades, Hank was an executive at some of the world’s largest food and beverage companies, including positions as President of Cadbury-Schweppes’ Sunkist Soft Drinks, Inc., Vice President of Marketing for Canada Dry, Director of Marketing for Coca-Cola USA, and Brand Manager for Anheuser-Busch and General Mills. His perspectives have been shared in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, the Washington Post, The Economist, and TIME magazine, as well as in major broadcast media, such as CNN, NPR, the BBC, Good Morning America, CNBC, and the major television networks. Mr. Cardello has been a regular contributor to the Atlantic and Forbes on food industry and obesity matters.
    Blog/Website obesity-solutions.org
    Whitepapers & Research 11/04/2016 How Supermarkets Are Shaping Up and Growing Their Lower-Calorie Products: An Analysis of the Fence Sitter Consumer Segment Hudson.org



    05/18/2016 New Realities at Retail Checkout: Challenges and Opportunities for Instant Consumable Candy and Snacks Hudson.org



    10/05/2015 Health & Wellness Trends and Strategies for the Convenience Store Sector Hudson Institute Report



    06/09/2015 How Supermarkets Are Shaping Up and Growing Their Lower-Calorie Products Hudson.org



    10/02/2014 Lower-Calorie Foods and Beverages Fuel Growth at Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation Companies Hudson.org



    05/30/2013 Lower-Calorie Foods and Beverages Drive Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation

    Companies Sales Growth Hudson Institute and Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation Report



    03/06/2013 Better-For-You Foods: An Opportunity to Improve Public Health and Increase Food Industry Profits Hudson Institute Report



    02/07/2013 Lower Calorie Foods: It's Just Good Business Hudson Institute Report

    10/13/2011 Better-For-You Foods: It’s Just Good Business Hudson Institute Report



    03/02/2011 Using Health as a Strategy for Competitive Advantage Columbia Business School, Center on Global Brand Leadership
    Books & Articles Published Stuffed: An Insider's Look at Who's (Really) Making America Fat and How the Food Industry Can Fix It, Hank Cardello



    05/09/2017 How A Billion Dollars Is Being Wasted In The War On Sugar Forbes



    08/18/2016 Message To Food Companies: Food Activists Are Your New Brand Managers Forbes Online



    05/13/2016 Best Practices in Public Health - Industry Commitments Together Counts



    03/30/2016 Wrong Playbook: Why The NFL's Response To Its Attackers Is Out Of Bounds Forbes Online



    03/21/2016 How Do You Sell Healthy? Convenience Matters Podcast



    02/05/2016 The Truth About Diabetes Debate BBC



    09/29/2015 Shame Is a Losing Strategy For Both Coke And Its Attackers Forbes Online



    06/09/2015 The Better-for-you Business Case: How Is the Supermarket Sector Shaping Up? Food Marketing Institute



    04/21/2015 Is 'Big Food' Doing Enough to Tackle Obesity? Newedge



    04/13/2015 Bridging the Divide in Washington: Take a Cue From Big Food Forbes Online



    02/19/2015 Nestle to Remove Artificial Flavors from its Products CNN



    12/22/2014 Restaurants Should Be Doing More to Fight Obesity--for Their Own Good Forbes Online



    10/02/2014 We're Going Back To Counting Calories...And Here's Why That's A Good Thing Huffington Post



    09/16/2014 Reducing Calories My Fox Austin



    09/04/2014 Why Big Food Belongs in the School Lunchroom Forbes Online



    04/30/2014 A Refreshing (and Successful) Approach to the War on Obesity Forbes



    02/27/2014 CVS and the Rise of Corporate Profitable Morality Forbes



    01/28/2014 How Big Food's Attackers Are Undermining Their Cause Forbes



    10/16/2013 Why Healthier Fries Won't Help Burger King Reclaim Its Throne Forbes Online



    09/25/2013 Why Activitsts Shouldn't Be Hosing the First Lady's 'Drink Up' Campaign Forbes Online



    06/21/2013 Why The AMA's Obesity Ruling Is Bad Medicine Forbes Online



    06/05/2013 Fast-Food Chains Had Better Move Past Value Meals And Embrace Health Forbes Online



    04/21/2013 Hank Cardello on Obesity & Health What Doesn't Kill You Podcast



    04/15/2013 How Free-Market Forces Are Fighting Obesity--and Can Be a Model for Industries Far Beyond Food Forbes Online



    03/18/2013 To Win the War on Obesity, Bloomberg Needs to Stop the Battle Against Big Soda Forbes Online



    02/26/2013 Don't Supersize Me Forbes Online



    02/15/2013 Lower-Calorie Foods: It's Just Good Business Robert Wood Johnson Foundation



    01/14/2013 The Gun Industry Needs to Reinvent Itself Before It's Too Late Forbes Online



    01/04/2013 How the Milk Industry Went Sour, and What Every Business Can Learn From It Forbes Online



    11/21/2012 Mediation Could Never Have Saved Hostess Forbes Online



    10/03/2012 How Everybody Can Win the War Against Big Food Forbes Online



    07/06/2012 Mayor's Soda Ban: Corporate Backlash? MSNBC



    06/17/2012 Is a Ban on Large Sodas the Answer to Obesity? New York Times--Letter to the Editor



    04/17/2012 Healthy Foods May Mean Healthier Stock Prices The Atlantic Online



    03/19/2012 Can We Use Tax Credits to Stop Steadily Climbing Obesity Rates? The Atlantic Online



    01/30/2012 How the Success of Light Beer Will Change Other Iconic Brands The Atlantic Online



    01/30/2012 Our Obesity Epidemic Requires Cold War Tactics Zester Daily



    12/13/2011 How the Food Industry Can Solve Our Childhood Obesity Crisis The Atlantic Online



    11/29/2011 Hank Cardello discusses Pepsi's Challenge with Healthier Foods on CNBC CNBC



    10/21/2011 Can the Profit Motive End Obesity? The Atlantic Online



    07/29/2011 Are McDonald's and Walmart Winning the War on Obesity? The Atlantic Online



    07/05/2011 Paul Ryan: Obesity Savior? The Atlantic Online



    06/02/2011 The Secret to Healthy Food for All: School Buses The Atlantic Online



    05/21/2011 Land of Milk and Calories: Have Grocery Aisle Displays Evolved? The Atlantic Online



    04/25/2011 The War on Happiness: Leave Happy Meals Alone The Atlantic Online



    03/29/2011 Cola Wars: Pepsi Is Number Three, and That's a Good Thing The Atlantic Online



    03/19/2011 Fighting Childhood Obesity New York Times -- Letter to the Editor



    03/15/2011 Are Food Marketers Facing Their Mubarak Moment? The Atlantic Online
    Media Experience Interviews and Media Appearances including on NBC, Good Morning America, Newsweek, The New York Times, NPR, Los Angeles times, Forbes, and Fox News
    Educational Background Wharton Graduate School, University of Pennsylvania
    Interested In Speaking Engagements, Conferences & Events
    Country US
    State DC
    Office Phone 919-929-0102
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