CANADA: Soft drinks groups pull CSDs from schools

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 7 January 2004

Canadian beverage manufacturers have decided to pull soft drinks from school vending machines, according to Refreshments Canada.

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Canadian beverage manufacturers have decided to pull soft drinks from school vending machines, according to Refreshments Canada.

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