Why would a big drinks giant buy a craft brewer? Maybe not for the obvious reasons. Or maybe not only for the obvious reasons.
If grocery stores are promoting sugary beverages to SNAP recipients, maybe the answer is to restrict what SNAP benefits can buy, rather than blame people for their choices.
Bumper haul, with evidence on gluten sensitivity and on diet and cancer. Fun stuff too from Recursive Recipies, which leads to techniques for seed growing and seed smuggling.
In 1946 Geoffrey Pyke, an eminently sane scientist, put forward the idea of using what little coal there was to refine sugar rather than feeding it to locomotives. Human muscles would make far better use of the energy than steam engines. The problem Pyke tried to tackle remains essentially unsolved: where is the power for food production to come from?