After a 40-year absence, enemies lists are making a comeback in Washington D.C. The ordinarily mild-mannered Center for Food Safety (CFS) Tuesday put out a list of what it called “food industry front groups” that it charged with being guilty of deceptive practices. “Front groups like these have long served as an industry tool to delude and deceive the public, and to avoid much-needed government regulation,” said CFS Executive Director Andrew Kimbrell. He said the list demonstrates “largely hidden industry influence.” The report that goes with the list says tactics practiced by the “front groups” commonly involve phony grassroots efforts, name calling, buying science and scaremongering. It blames such front group tactics for the loss in California last fall of Proposition 37 to require labeling genetically modified food. The groups CFS doesn’t like much include established and newly formed organizations and apparently any scientific institute associated with a food manufacturer. There’s been no reaction yet from any of those who made the list.  Thier names by the category assigned by CFS follow: Long-Standing Alliance for Food and Farming American Council for Science and Health Animal Agriculture Alliance Center for Consumer Freedom International Food Council Foundation Recently Formed Alliance to Feed the Future America’s Farmers Center for Food Integrity Global Harvest Protect the Harvest U.S. Alliance for Farmers and Ranchers Scientific Institutes of Food Manufacturers Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition Beverage Institute for Health and Wellness Conagra Food Science Institute Gatorade Sports Science Institute Nestle Nutrition Institute End-note Publishing lists of one’s enemies fell out favor 40 years ago after President Nixon, a devotee of the practice, resigned from office. It resurfaced only recently when the IRS admitted it began harassing U.S. conservative groups in 2011.