Could a can of soda be treated like a pack of cigarettes? If one New York State lawmaker gets his way all sugary drinks will come with health warning labels.
Those “Nutrition Facts” labels that are plastered on nearly every food package found in grocery stores are getting a new look.
A Florida billionaire energy maven and wine collector told a New York jury Wednesday that he doesn’t even like wine auctions anymore, because he has too often been the victim of buying fake wine.
Most people might be hesitant to buy or consume a bottle of soda with ‘eleven teaspoons’ of sugar in it, but would have no problem with a bottle labeled ’46 grams’ of sugar.