US: Research raises concern over children's drinks

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 22 January 2003

A new study in the US has confirmed the generally received view among many medical experts that children and adolescents are drinking higher levels of fruit-flavoured beverages and carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) than 100% fruit juices.

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A new study in the US has confirmed the generally received view among many medical experts that children and adolescents are drinking higher levels of fruit-flavoured beverages and carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) than 100% fruit juices.

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