There's an event coming up at which I was thinking about selling homemade strawberry preserves to raise some money for a project*. They would be preservative-free and "natural," but they would also have a bucketload of sugar, that being an essential part of what they are. I'm not really interested in experimenting with xylitol or stevia for this project.
I'd also thought about selling baked goods in other situations, which I was/am quite handy with before wheat and I decided to see other people.
This has got me to thinking. We all agree it's unethical to sell explicitly poisonous food to people. But as people who are pretty convinced that sugar is Really Not Good, would it be unethical for someone existing in the ancestral health paradigm to sling a sugar-filled product to others?
*It's a special showing of The Blob for this periodic movie screening thing I help run, so the strawberry preserves are sort of a joke riffing off of the Blob's appearance; this makes selling, say, saeurkraut instead not really an option.