Big Food doesn’t want you to know if it’s GMO—and new documents reveal the secret corporate strategy to squash labeling efforts nationwide.
Well, here’s one way to try to boost sales: say that diet sodas and aspartame are good for you.
The beverage company is facing a class action lawsuit for its misleading health claims
A version of Coca-Cola made with real cane sugar rather than high-fructose corn syrup has become the beverage of choice among trendy New Yorkers.
Guzzling diet soda comes with its own set of side effects that may harm your health.
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Dr. Joseph Mercola investigates new research linking soda to thousands of deaths every year.
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A new ad released by Greenpeace is targeting the beverage industry and the harmful impact its plastic bottles have on birds.
Food industry giants tried to hold a secret meeting on how to avoid blame for America’s obesity epidemic. They failed spectacularly, giving us an inside look at their twisted minds and motives.
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Nutritional advice is often full of nonsense. Here are the top 11 “health foods” that are actually very harmful, along with the research to back it up.
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A breakthrough investigation reveals the golden rule of the food industry: First you find a product that sells, then you find the disgusting ingredients that will make it profitable.