Irene van den Berg
Irene van den Berg (1978) has been an independent journalist since 2006. For The Investigative Desk, she works on research into the food and tobacco industry. She wrote several stories about the influence of the food industry on science and education. Her work has previously been published in Vrij Nederland, NRC, AD and OneWorld.
Former Dutch minister of Infrastructure Cora van Nieuwenhuizen ignored the lobbying ban for contacts with former ministers. This was discovered by doc
JDE Peet’s, parent company of the Dutch Douwe Egberts firm, wants 100 percent of its coffee to be sustainably grown by 2025. But it doesn’t know exact
Big Tobacco is stringing together sustainability and corporate responsibility awards, according to research by The Investigative Desk. This provides t
Dairy multinational FrieslandCampina finances ‘independent’ science, but only if it leads to increased milk production
FrieslandCampina is the largest private funder of dairy science at Wageningen University & Research, the world’s top agricultural university, base
Wageningen University & Research (WUR) takes pride in its excellent relations with the food and agriculture industry. It is particularly close wit