Soft drinks companies under pressure in school

By David Robertson | 15 March 2005

Soft drinks companies are adapting the product range they offer to schools in the US, as more school authorities seek to ban soft drinks vending machines from their premises in a bid to combat childhood obesity. David Robertson reports.

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Soft drinks companies are adapting the product range they offer to schools in the US, as more school authorities seek to ban soft drinks vending machines from their premises in a bid to combat childhood obesity. David Robertson reports.

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