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  • As Cola Firms Get Court Relief, People Stand In Knee Deep Water In Protest

    As Cola Firms Get Court Relief, People Stand In Knee Deep Water In Protest

    Upset over the Madras High Court order allowing beverage giants Pepsi and Coca Cola to draw water from the Thamirabarani river for their bottling plants in Tirunelveli district for manufacturing soft drinks, a large number of people today stood in knee deep water in the river to express their ire.

  • PepsiCo To Close British Plant, Threatening Nearly 400 Jobs

    PepsiCo To Close British Plant, Threatening Nearly 400 Jobs

    PepsiCo, whose UK products include Walkers crisps, Pepsi Max soft drinks and Quaker porridge, said the plant closure at Peterlee, in County Durham in northern England, would affect 380 jobs.

  • Intake of Sugary Soft Drinks by Teenagers May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

    Intake of Sugary Soft Drinks by Teenagers May Increase Breast Cancer Risk

    Researchers found that women who consumed a diet as adolescents or young adults associated with chronic inflammation had a higher risk for premenopausal breast cancer.

  • How to Make the Best Tacos at Home

    How to Make the Best Tacos at Home

    What is the first image that flashes into our minds when I say the word 'Mexico'? If you are anything like me, it will be an image of Mexican food, and more than likely, the food will include a variety of tacos.

  • National Test House Didn't Test Soft Drinks: Experts

    National Test House Didn't Test Soft Drinks: Experts

    An outfit representing PET container manufacturers has told the National Green Tribunal that the National Test House (NTH) has not tested samples of five different soft drinks manufactured by two major multinational companies in India.

  • Odisha Orders Testing of Soft Drinks

    Odisha Orders Testing of Soft Drinks

    The Odisha government has asked district health officials to collect samples of soft drinks in the state after heavy metals were found in different soft drinks in other parts of the country, said an official on Thursday.

  • Toxins Found in 5 Soft Drink Brands Including Coke and Pepsi

    Toxins Found in 5 Soft Drink Brands Including Coke and Pepsi

    Lead and other heavy metals like Cadmium and Chromium have been found in the samples of five different soft drinks manufactured by two major multinational companies in India.

  • Lead, Heavy Metals Have Been Found In Soft Drinks: Government

    Lead, Heavy Metals Have Been Found In Soft Drinks: Government

    Lead and other heavy metals like Cadmium and Chromium have been found in the samples of five different soft drinks manufactured by two major multinational companies in India, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

  • British Teens Drink a 'Bathtub' of Sugary Drinks a Year

    British Teens Drink a 'Bathtub' of Sugary Drinks a Year

    British teenagers drink almost a bathtub full of sugary drinks each year, Cancer Research UK said on Tuesday as the charity urged the government to do more to improve children's diets.

  • Fact Box: Soda, Sugar Taxes Across the United States

    Fact Box: Soda, Sugar Taxes Across the United States

    Voters in four U.S. cities will decide on Tuesday whether they would like to tax sugary drinks, the latest in a series of such measures as officials and nutritionists seeks ways to address obesity, diabetes and other health epidemics.

  • Fast Food Choices Influence Kids Soda and Calorie Consumption

    Fast Food Choices Influence Kids Soda and Calorie Consumption

    Children who order a combination meal at fast-food restaurants are more likely to get a sugary drink that ups the meal's total calories, according to a new study.

  • Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal to Levy Sugar Tax on Soft Drinks

    Portugal's Socialist government will introduce a sugar tax on soft drinks in 2017 which is expected to raise 80 million euros ($88 million) for the nation's public health service, a budget bill presented Friday showed.

  • PepsiCo Sets Global Target for Sugar Reduction

    PepsiCo Sets Global Target for Sugar Reduction

    PepsiCo Inc has set a target for reducing the amount of sugar in its soft drinks around the world as part of a suite of goals aimed at tackling problems ranging from obesity to climate change.

  • Government Warns Of Action Against Packaged Water, Aerated Drinks Sale Above MRP

    Government Warns Of Action Against Packaged Water, Aerated Drinks Sale Above MRP

    Sale of packaged water and soft drinks above MRP (Maximum Retail Price) -- including at airports, multiplexes and hotels -- will attract stringent penal actions like fines and jail term, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Friday.

  • World Health Organisation Urges Countries To Raise Taxes On Sugary Drinks

    World Health Organisation Urges Countries To Raise Taxes On Sugary Drinks

    The U.N. health agency is recommending that countries use tax policy to increase the price of sugary drinks like soft drinks, sport drinks and even 100-percent fruit juices as way to fight obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.

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