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- Where are we? Dawson, Havis // Beverage World;06/15/2000, Vol. 119 Issue 1691, p8
Focuses on the soft drink business. Trend in the business; Effect of the price rise of soft drink on a consumer habit.
- Fruit juice pesticide warning. // Foods Matter (USA);Feb2009, pp14
The article discusses the study regarding the impact of pesticides in fruit-based softdrinks in Spain. Researchers noted that strict regulations has limited pesticide levels in fresh fruits, vegetables, and drinking water but regulators have paid less attention to the presence of pesticides in...
- Diet colas in the spotlight. // Beverage Industry;Jul97, Vol. 88 Issue 7, p10
Reports that beverage manufacturers are paying more attention to low-calorie soft drinks. Sales values for diet and full-calorie soft drinks; Advertising campaigns for the flagship diet brands of Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola; Reason for the surge of diet media.
- No Soda in Schools? // Scholastic News -- Senior Edition;2/16/2004, Vol. 72 Issue 16, p3
Reports that the American Academy of Pediatrics wants school districts to restrict or even eliminate the sale of soft drinks in schools.
- Liquid candy. // Multinational Monitor;Oct98, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p4
Presents the findings of a study on soda pop consumption among teenagers in the United States. Comparison of soda pop consumption with milk intake; Health hazard of too much soda pop consumption; Softdrink contents in ounces.
- Teens, Bones & Calcium. // American Fitness;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p13
Deals with the study on the overconsumption of soft drinks by teenagers.
- Are Diet Sodas Unhealthy? // E THIS WEEK;11/6/2011, p9
The article presents an answer to a question of what are the bad effects of drinking diet soda on health.
- 2-second lifesavers. // Men's Health;Sep2012, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p16
The article offers information on health which includes soft drinks increase stroke risk, dark chocolate helps to lower body mass index and suggests a way for squatting.
- A Coke and a smile. // World (0888157X);7/26/2014, Vol. 29 Issue 15, p6
The article reports on the failure of New York City to ban the sale of sodas and sugary drinks in the city restaurants, stadiums, and theaters under its anti-obesity policy.