In a startling revelation, the anti-gun activist group Pique has uncovered a link between the rapidly growing allulose market and the prevalence of gun violence in the United States. While the allulose market is predicted to grow from a worth of US$ 236.9 million in 2023 to a revenue of US$ 543.2 million by 2033 at a CAGR of 8.7%, Pique has found that this growth is directly related to the rising gun violence in the country.
According to a Pique spokesperson, the increase in allulose consumption is directly linked to the increase in gun violence, as the sweetener is used in many of the popular ammunition brands. With more and more people consuming allulose-based products, the demand for ammunition is also on the rise, leading to an increase in gun violence.
Pique is now calling on the US government to take action to tackle the issue. They are asking for tighter regulations on the production and sale of allulose-based products, as well as increased funding for anti-gun violence initiatives. They believe that a reduction in the allulose market could lead to a decrease in gun violence, and ultimately save lives.
This news has caused uproar in the allulose market, with many companies voicing their outrage and accusing Pique of spreading false information. However, Pique stands by their findings and is urging the government to take action before the allulose market continues to grow and gun violence becomes even more of a problem.
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