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So-called 'sugary fizzy' drinks have been singled out as contributing to the global obesity epidemic. The soft drinks industry has been in the firing line, but it has, and is, responding positively and proactively through the development of new drinks whose ingredients and formulations aid weight reduction. Annette Sessions reports.


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