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Soft Drink and Soda Saturday–Nesbitt’s Orange Soda

Nesbitt’s was a popular brand of orange-flavoured soda pop in the United States during much of the 20th century. Nesbitt’s was produced by the Nesbitt Fruit Products Company of Los Angeles, California. 279 more words

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Coke is ..it. Coca-Cola and the impact investing feedback loop.

When I was around 12 years old I witnessed first-hand one of the most audacious criminal plots in recent history. I had learned from hushed conversations around the classroom that someone had managed to raid one of the school Coke machines. 1,202 more words

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Obesity report row – food industry collaborated over healthy eating guidelines

The fallout following the publication of a major obesity report continues as documents indicate that a healthy eating graphic from Public Health England (PHE) was developed with members of the food and drinks industry. 64 more words


Federal Judge clears the way for San Francisco's sugary drink warnings

Soda pop manufacturers will be forced to include warnings about the potential dangers of their products on certain advertisements in San Francisco after a federal judge declined to halt a new law.

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Cocktail is the dilution of wine so that it can be a more tasteful beverage. It is like sudden rains cool down the scorching summer days. 651 more words


Soft Drink and Soda Saturday – Royal Crown Cola

RC Cola (or Royal Crown Cola) is a soft drink developed in 1905 by Claude A. Hatcher, a pharmacist in Columbus, Georgia.


The first product in the Royal Crown line was Chero-Cola in 1904, followed by Royal Crown Ginger Ale, Royal Crown Strawberry and Royal Crown Root Beer. 536 more words

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Dear Big Soda: It’s Time for a Change

There is a great debate taking place right now in America. Public health advocates are calling on soda makers to stop targeting our children and to stop targeting minorities. 75 more words