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Coca-Cola has begun a youth physical fitness program. Trying to sidestep accusations of fattening America's youth, the drinkmaker has joined the flood of food and drink companies' initiatives trying to create a healthier population. While these lifestyle campaigns are a step forward, consumers, lobbyists and manufacturers must pull together further to address the issue of 'problem foods'.


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