|Title of publication||Published in a scientific journal?||Publication year||Name of industry actor(s) involved in the publication||Nature of the involvement|
|Funding food science and nutrition research: financial conflicts and scientific integrity [published in multiple outlets [38,39,40,41,42]]||Yes||2009||ILSI||
“This paper is the product of a working group on conflict of interest/scientific integrity organized by the North American branch of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI North America). It was supported in part by educational grants from Cadbury Adams U.S., LLC, the Coca-Cola Company, ConAgra Foods Inc., General Mills, Kraft Foods, Mars Snackfoods U.S., LLC, PepsiCo Inc., Procter & Gamble, Sara Lee, and Tate & Lyle.”|
Published in an ILSI journal, Nutrition Reviews.
|Ensuring Scientific Integrity: Guidelines for Managing Conflicts  [International Union of Food Science and Technology - Scientific Information Bulletin, based on ]||No||2012||ILSI||“Supported by the ILSI North America Scientific Integrity Working Group”, prepared by the authors of “Funding food science and nutrition research: financial conflicts and scientific integrity” from ILSI|
|Principles for building public-private partnerships to benefit food safety, nutrition, and health research ||Yes||2013||ILSI||
“This article was commissioned by ILSI North America.”|
Several authors from ILSI North America, and one from Coca-Cola, and another from Kellogg Company.
|Principles and Philosophies for Development of Ongoing Partnerships to Support Food-Health Research  [Food for Health Workshop - Canadian Nutrition Society Annual Meeting]||No||2014||ILSI||Partnership between the Nutrition Society and ILSI.|
|Achieving a transparent, actionable framework for public-private partnerships for food and nutrition research ||Yes||2015||
|Two authors were employees of ILSI, and one author employee of DuPont Nutrition and Health.|