In 2016, Philadelphia became the first major city in the U.S. to pass a soda tax.
During the last election, members of the California Latino Legislative Caucus received nearly twice as much money in donations from soda companies as the average California Legislature member.
How lower tariffs lead to people buying more soda.
Basically, everything you want to munch on is bad for you.
But whether Mexicans will drink less soda in the long term—and whether a similar law in Berkeley, California, will work at all—remains to be seen.
Don't start stuffing your face, though. It's not like burgers and pop are good for you.
Sorry, San Francisco: A team of researchers report that, for adolescents, health warning labels are effectively negated by an ad’s imagery.
A not-so-sweet round-up of news and research on sugar companies.