Pepsi's Protest Ad Is Just One Example of Big Soda’s Hidden Hypocrisy
Move over, Kendall—Big Soda really does fund fake protests nationwide.
Philly's Soda Tax Is Working So Well that Pepsi Is Laying Off Workers
In its first month, the 1.5 cent tax on each ounce of soda raised double the money that the city had expected it to.
A New Health Lawsuit Compares Big Soda to the Tobacco Industry
It might sound like an exaggeration to compare the big soda companies to corporations like Philip Morris, but a recent lawsuit is alleging just that.
In Case You Missed It, a Bunch of Cities Passed Soda Taxes
It might be little consolation for most, but not everything that came out of this week is a complete-and-total unmitigated disaster.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, US diplomats call for a strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, British MP Jo Cox has died, Meat Loaf is in the hospital after collapsing onstage, and more.
British Hospital Cafes Are Introducing a Tax on Sugary Drinks
In a bid to tackle Britain's growing obesity problem, NHS chief executive Simon Stevens has announced a 20 percent levy on all sugary drinks and foods sold in NHS cafes.
Britain Is Aware of Sugar’s Dangers But Still Won’t Tax It
The British government has finally released a report on the longstanding effects sugar has on both England’s public health and economy—a report that was originally scheduled to be released all the way back in July.
An Egg Made Out of Fruit Peel Could Solve Mexico’s Obesity Crisis
A Monterrey-based startup has developed an ingredient made from recovered fruit parts that it hopes could replace eggs in Mexico’s fat-laden baked goods.
Soda Is Following in Tobacco's Shady Footsteps
Soda and tobacco are more alike than you might realize. Not only are they both partially responsible for national health epidemics, they also share an intricately connected history. Sugar and tobacco workers are even represented by the same union.