US: Sugar tax plans "keep me up at night" - PepsiCo beverages boss

By Andy Morton | 22 June 2012

PepsiCo Americas Beverages will reduce the calorie content of its soft drinks as US cities mull taxes on high-sugar drinks, the company's divisional head has said.

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PepsiCo Americas Beverages will reduce the calorie content of its soft drinks as US cities mull taxes on high-sugar drinks, the company's divisional head has said.

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