US: Lobby group admits defeat in fight against New York soft drinks ban

By Andy Morton | 24 August 2012

A high-profile opponent of the ban on large high-sugar drinks in New York City has admitted defeat in attempts to block the measure.

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A high-profile opponent of the ban on large high-sugar drinks in New York City has admitted defeat in attempts to block the measure.

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