UK: National Obesity Forum stands by Coca-Cola GB donation

By Michelle Russell | 14 July 2011

The National Obesity Forum (NOF) in the UK has defended its decision to accept a GBP50,000 (US$80,604) donation from Coca-Cola GB.

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The National Obesity Forum (NOF) in the UK has defended its decision to accept a GBP50,000 (US$80,604) donation from Coca-Cola GB.

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