In the year 2020, the number of people who are obese has doubled from 2.2 million to 4.1 million, according to the CDC.
The obesity epidemic, which has been dubbed “the obesity pandemic,” is expected to reach its peak by 2021, the CDC predicts.
The American Heart Association estimates that by the year 2028, obesity-related health issues will affect the United States at a rate of 14,000 deaths each day.
In an effort to combat the obesity epidemic and to combat chronic health problems, candy makers have begun experimenting with new ingredients and other ingredients to make their candy more palatable and more appealing.
The candy industry has a long history of experimenting with sweeteners to make sweet and savory flavors and flavors that are less calorie dense.
The companies use this type of science to make sure that their candy is palatable for people of all ages.
According to the National Sugar Council, in the year 2010, candy manufacturers produced about 8 billion pieces of candy in the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, which represents the food and agriculture industries in the world.
The United States alone produced about 7 billion pieces, according the report.
The United States is the largest importer of candy and the second largest exporter after the European Union, according a report from the World Trade Organization.
This year, the candy industry is also trying to find ways to get around the current restrictions on the amount of sugar in processed foods.
Many of the companies are looking at ways to use artificial sweeteners in their products.
In addition to the artificial sweetener, there are also a variety of artificial flavors and sweeteners that companies have experimented with.
In a recent study by the Food and Drug Administration, it found that the amount and types of sweeteners, additives, and preservatives in candy have changed in recent years, so it was not clear if the change was linked to a recent obesity crisis.
The FDA also noted that some of the new flavors and additives might be contributing to obesity rates in the U.S. as well.
Although some of these new flavors may be causing some health problems in some people, they are not contributing to the rise in obesity, according an article from the Wall Street Journal.
There is also no evidence that the new sweeteners and additives are causing obesity in other people.
Despite these findings, companies are still experimenting with these new types of flavors and ingredients, such as artificial sweetening, in their candy.
For example, the Coca-Cola Company is working on new flavors for its Diet Coke and Coke Zero that are called “Coke Classic” and “Coca-Cola Classic” in reference to Coca-Colon founder Jack Dorsey’s trademark name.
“It is our goal to make the brand more appealing to people of color, and we are exploring all new ways to achieve that goal,” Dorsey said in a statement to ABC News.