BEVERAGES: Soda ban fizzles in CA, but some say 'So what?'

August 2002
FoodService Director;8/15/2002, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p46
Trade Publication
Reports that several school districts in the U.S. have signed exclusive agreements with either Coca-Cola or Pepsi in return for money which is used either by the food service department or by the school for athletics or academics. Effects of serving sodas on children's health; Remarks from John Peukert, food service director at San Bernandino School District, about banning soda on campus.


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