Their new Arizona plant is a test case for every conceivable kind of sustainable upgrade to manufacturing. As they find out what works, they can move it to other factories, to keep pumping out delicious snacks.
Junk food tastes better than it looks—place a pile of neon orange Cheetos next to a basket of fresh strawberries to see for yourself. Now an unidentified group of people (or person) wants to show us just how unappealing junk food is with a Junk Food Pyramid, a 25-foot-high pyramid of, you guessed it, junk food debris. The installation—if it is to be considered art—will supposedly appear in New Orleans this May.
We worry about many things. Our kids' grades, our parents' health, the world at large. (Also, will all those unemployed investment bankers have enough to eat?) Add to that list one really odd thing we worry about: our own future behavior. And how we can control it.