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Why Diet Pepsi's Recipe Change Makes No Sense

MGZ | Apr 30, 201507:42 AM     17

Food, health ,science, hysteria, whatever . . . it's a good read on the changes going on in our food products and the reasons therefore.

I guess worries about the food supply are still less insane than the growing craziness and conspiracy theories in Texas related to the Jade Helm exercises. http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/mo... http://www.infowars.com/feds-preparin...

Why Diet Pepsi's Recipe Change Makes No Sense

Aspartame isn't any worse for you than Splenda. Food companies should stop folding to pseudoscientific health pressure from consumers.

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