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Sweet-Toothed Egypt Endures a Sugar Crisis: ‘People Are Going to Snap’

Sweet-Toothed Egypt Endures a Sugar Crisis: ‘People Are Going to Snap’

Egyptians gathered in Cairo on Tuesday to buy subsidized sugar from a government truck. A weekslong sugar shortage has plunged people into a panic.
Sweet-Toothed Egypt Endures a Sugar Crisis: ‘People Are Going to Snap’

Sweet-Toothed Egypt Endures a Sugar Crisis: ‘People Are Going to Snap’

Egyptians gathered in Cairo on Tuesday to buy subsidized sugar from a government truck. A weekslong sugar shortage has plunged people into a panic.
Studies Linked to Soda Industry Mask Health Risks

Studies Linked to Soda Industry Mask Health Risks

Soft drinks displayed in a market in San Francisco, where voters will consider a tax on sugary beverages in November.
Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Checking out at a Subway on the University of California, San Francisco, campus, where the sale of sugary beverages has been banned.
Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Putting Sugary Soda Out of Reach

Checking out at a Subway on the University of California, San Francisco, campus, where the sale of sugary beverages has been banned.
Scaling Back: Most Expensive Thing on California’s Ballot: A One-Cent Soda Tax

Scaling Back: Most Expensive Thing on California’s Ballot: A One-Cent Soda Tax

Volunteers at a phone bank in Oakland, Calif., where they were urging voters to pass a soda tax.
Scaling Back: A One-Cent Soda Tax Gets Expensive in California

Scaling Back: A One-Cent Soda Tax Gets Expensive in California

Volunteers at a phone bank in Oakland, Calif., where they were urging voters to pass a soda tax.
Sugar-free drinks not such a sweet deal | Brief letters

Sugar-free drinks not such a sweet deal | Brief letters

Sugar levy | Migraine cure | Sweary women | Age-inappropriate clothing | CetaIn today’s Guardian there was a Tesco advert proudly stating that all their 251 drinks will be below the government’s

Egypt’s sugar shortage could spell bigger problems for the country

Sugar is serious business in Egypt. The average Egyptian consumes about 66 pounds per year, the 5th-largest amount in the world, often by heaping spoonfuls of it into frequent cups of tea. Since Egypt
Creeping Progress in Pledge to Cut Calories in Sugary Soda

Creeping Progress in Pledge to Cut Calories in Sugary Soda

Vanessa Brooks of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and Brenda Sheffield of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Ideal Market/Met Foods, where low-sugar drinks from the Coca-Cola Company are prominently displayed.
Creeping Progress in Pledge to Cut Calories in Sugary Soda

Creeping Progress in Pledge to Cut Calories in Sugary Soda

Vanessa Brooks of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and Brenda Sheffield of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Ideal Market/Met Foods, where low-sugar drinks from the Coca-Cola Company are prominently displayed.
The obesity epidemic is an economic issue

The obesity epidemic is an economic issue

Free-market forces have helped create a health crisis – and governments must take action to stop subsidising junk foodIt is estimated that today’s obesity epidemic costs the global economy about $2tn

Nestlé Creates Sweeter-Tasting Sugar, So It Can Use Less

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach, but users still get the sweet taste.

Nestlé Creates Sweeter-Tasting Sugar, So It Can Use Less

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach, but users still get the sweet taste.

Nestlé Creates Sweeter-Tasting Sugar, So It Can Use Less

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach, but users still get the sweet taste.

Nestlé Reformulates Sugar and Says It Will Use Less in Its Candy

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach but consumers still get the sweet taste.

Nestlé Reformulates Sugar and Says It Will Use Less in Its Candy

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach but consumers still get the sweet taste.

Nestlé Reformulates Sugar and Says It Will Use Less in Its Candy

The new product is sugar, but is made differently so less goes into the stomach but consumers still get the sweet taste.
Camilo Cienfuegos Journal: In Cuban Town That Hershey Built, Memories Both Bitter and Sweet

Camilo Cienfuegos Journal: In Cuban Town That Hershey Built, Memories Both Bitter and Sweet

The Camilo Cienfuegos train station in Cuba, where Hershey signs still hang in a nod to a bygone era, when the town produced sugar for Milton S. Hershey, the American chocolate baron.