A taxing matter: Will fast foods go the way of tobacco?

PepsiCo and Nestle both recently announced multi-billion-dollar investments to boost activities in Mexico, but for seemingly different reasons. For Pepsi, innovation, production capacity growth, and sustainable agriculture are at the forefront of their $5 billion investment. Nestlé’s strategy is ...

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