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Oct 9 2012

Kick the Can’s partners at the Center for Science in the Public Interest have upped the ante in the raging debate over sugar-sweetened beverages with the release of an animated short film exposing the drinks' unhappy health consequences.

Sep 12 2012

For those of you who have not cruised lately on Royal Caribbean® Cruises, you may be unfamiliar with the latest advances in soda machines.  Well you’re in for a surprise.  But let’s step back and consider why Coca-Cola® may have thought this technology-intensive interface was good idea…

Sep 4 2012

Aug 26 2012

As summer comes to an end, students and teachers are heading back to school and it’s time again to turn our attention back on school nutrition.  Schools are a powerful place for educating students, parents, staff and administrators about how drinking sugary beverages can make people unhealthy. A particularly useful tool in raising awareness about the obesity epidemic is HBO’s new documentary series the Weight of the Nation.

Aug 20 2012

The cities of Richmond and El Monte are breaking important ground in California by giving their voters a chance to decide if the soda industry should help pay for its contributions to the obesity epidemic.  Richmond and El Monte are just the tip of the iceberg.

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