The famed sue-and-settle group Center for Science in the Public Interest, founded by a former employee of Ralph Nader, are in the news again. This time they are using their "health justice" little sister Praxis Project as the lead and are going after both Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association, claiming they knew all along that soda was harmful and covered it up. You know, like Big Tobacco in the 1950s and '60s.
Bloomberg News sums it up thusly:
- Federal court complaint alleges Coke downplayed sugar effects
- Sugary drinks ‘are scientifically linked to obesity, diabetes’
The Praxis Project claims...