Pepsi and Coke aren't interested.
The news is particularly bad for those who drink 1,000 cans of soda a day (or more).
A report indicates the two soft-drink giants have been meeting with the seltzer upstart.
"A more stimulating, tactile interaction."
The controversial ingredient can lead to early onset puberty.
We think this means it'll count as locavore.
Campbell soup acquires a carrot and juice company while PepsiCo branches into yogurt.
Experts say it's the first time a multinational company has been targeted in long-running drug wars.
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The treats are currently tempting customers at Beer Belly and Black Market, among others.
Plus: Global food prices are expected to remain high; and in Japan Wendy's burgers come with foie gras and truffles, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: IHOP tests self-serve express shops; and even Ming Tsai botches dinner from time to time, all in our morning news roundup.
Maybe the agents just had a really strong craving for chocolate chip pancakes?
Plus: Michelle Bachman may have made a sensible statement about farms, and more, in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Gunmen target pizza delivery drivers; and Feds raid IHOPs in Indiana and Ohio, all in our morning news roundup.
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The company shifts its attention away from healthy eating and back to soda.
An increase in high-fat diets is leading to a rise in the "disease of kings."
Blogger Joann Stougaard is working on a book about her experiences growing up amid food insecurity, while a California University hangs its head in shame over chicken and waffles.