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Federal Court Says San Francisco Can’t Require Health Warnings on Soda Ads
Judges asked why the label isn’t on products with “equal or greater amounts” of sugar.
Berkeley’s Soda Tax Appears to Be Working
A new study charts a 21 percent drop in consumption after it went into effect.
Pepsi Is Adding a Controversial Sweetener Back Into Its Soda
Get ready for “Diet Pepsi Classic.”
Berkeley Vows Its Soda-Tax Vote Is Going to Be Big Soda’s
The beverage industry disagrees but has invested $1.4 million just in case.
California’s Plan to Put Obesity Warning Labels on Soda Fizzles Out
SB1000 went flat on a 7-8 vote on Tuesday.
California Moves to Put Obesity-Warning Labels on Sodas
Warnings about obesity, diabetes, and tooth decay.
Can't Believe It's Not Sugar!
Coming Soon to America: Stevia-Sweetened Coca-Cola Life
Consumers don’t trust aspartame.
Nobody Wants to Buy SodaStream
Pepsi and Coke aren’t interested.
Obesity Caused by Chicken Dishes and Grains, Says Coca-Cola
But not soda. Never soda.
Coca-Cola Changes Sprite Formula in U.K.; the U.S. Could Be Next
The new version’s made with stevia. Ew.
Mountain Dew Introduces Kickstart, a Morning Soda
But PepsiCo’s calling it a “sparkling juice beverage.”
A Different Kind of Soda War: Violent Dispute Over Big Peach
A man threw a box of chicken during the nasty fight.
Watch the ‘Honest’ Version of Coca Cola’s Anti-Obesity
“If you choose to live a healthy lifestyle, you should not be drinking any of our products.”
Here Is Coca-Cola’s First Anti-Obesity Ad, ‘Coming Together’
“All calories count.”