When the Center for Environmental Health released test results showing that Pepsi intentionally covered up the presence of high levels of 4-Mel in its popular soft drinks in 2013.
(NaturalNews) After more than two decades of sweetening its sodas with aspartame — a chemical sweetener that more and more consumers equate with a neurological poison — PepsiCo has announced it’s dropping the chemical and replacing it with sucralose. The … Continue reading Pepsi drops aspartame from diet soda as consumers reject toxic sweetener
For several years anti-abortion advocates have been warning that a new technology for enhancing flavors such as sweetness and saltiness uses aborted fetal cells in the process. The biotech company using this novel process, Senomyx, has signed contracts with Pepsi, … Continue reading How Cells from an Aborted Fetus are Used to Create Novel Flavor Enhancers
Who Cares About Anything When Pepsi Is Testing a Doritos-Flavored Mountain Dew? Sure. The world may be in chaos. The ISIS terror threat our government helped fund, arm and train may be growing at an exponential rate despite continued airstrikes (at Syria’s oil infrastructure and grain silos) and despite continued U.S. troop deployment to Iraq (you know, where Obama promised there wouldn’t be any boots on the ground). There may be a deadly Ebola outbreak killing thousands of people across the globe and counting, with millions of doses of an experimental vaccine being rushed to market without anything resembling proper … Continue reading Who Cares About Anything When Pepsi Is Testing a Doritos-Flavored Mountain Dew?
Americans are finally starting to realize the dangers of soda, with nearly two-thirds (63 percent) saying they actively try to avoid soda in their diet, a new Gallup poll revealed.1 This is a significant increase from 2002, when only 41 percent were trying to avoid soda, and a clear sign that, as TIMEreported, “the soda craze is going flat.”2 Soda Consumption Falls to Lowest Level in Decades The soda industry is a $75-billion market,3an industry that reached its greatest heights in the US during the 1980s and 1990s, when Coca-Cola began pushing larger drink sizes and “upsizing.” Fountain drink sizes grew … Continue reading 63% of Americans Actively Avoid Soda