Re: Legal position is interesting - is Chicken Little next?
Found the quote...
"...here's what makes this campaign great in my estimation - each sample of Coffiest contains three milligrams of a simple alkaloid. Nothing harmful. But definitely habit-forming. After ten weeks the customer is hooked for life. It would cost him at least five thousand dollars for a cure, so it's simpler for him to go right on drinking Coffiest - three cups with every meal and a pot beside his bed at night, just as it says on the jar."
Quotation from "The Space Merchants" by Frederik Pohl with C M Kornbluth, pub 1952
Have the blockheads at Soylent read this?
Are they indeed incorporating a suitable addictive alkaloid?
If not, why not? They are required to maximise stockholder value, are they not?
The same novel allegedly coined the word "soyaburger", and "Chicken Little" was vat-grown meat.