Here's an option for food manufacturers who don't want to disclose all that sugar they use: Use less.
Even if its neon orange shines a little less bright, it's still junk.
Americans need credible nutrition advice they can trust, not a choice between quacks and "experts" sold out to junk food companies.
With a newfound exercise obsession, Coca-Cola and other companies are trying to shift the blame for what they're doing to our health.
The only truly green thing about a new kind of Coke is the color of its label.
Americans should think twice before adding green food coloring to everything from bagels to beer on St. Patrick's Day.
The soda giant's slick campaign to make us think its products are getting healthier might change public perceptions — but it won’t make soda good for you.
Our president and first lady ought to reconsider their relationship with the popular singer now that she's becoming the face of PepsiCo.