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While the placing of soft drinks vending machines in schools is a contentious issue in many countries, the decision by the French government to remove machines from all middle and secondary schools is an unprecedented step. Annette Sessions examines the French decision and the soft drinks industry's attempts to forestall the tightening of legislation in other countries.


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