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The Fascinating History of the Coca-Cola Bottle

Coca-Cola is making a lot of the 100th anniversary of its iconic bottle. Given what’s happening with soda sales generally, and Coke sales in particular, the festivities come at a delicate time. 380 more words

Sweet temptations

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It takes a week of no sugar to realize sugar is omnipresent. Today I hung out with my old friend the train and realised why the train station sometimes makes me forget I want to eat nutricious meals.

Manufacturers’ statutory warning- Carbonated drinks raise osteoporosis risk

Drinking carbonated soda drinks for refreshing the mood is not harmful as carbonated drinks manufacturers claim. But how many of you know that such beverages are helpful in raising osteoporosis risk? 380 more words

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The Cancer Risk of Caramel Coloring in Soft Drinks

4-methylimidazole (4-MEI) is a carcinogen in the caramel coloring used in many foods, especially soft drinks. In 2011, California listed 4-MEI as a known carcinogen and determined safe levels in drinking water, after the US National Toxicology Program (NTP) conducted tests of 4-MEI in lab animals. 438 more words

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Creating the first Dr Pepper logo

The Dr Pepper logo has been evolving since its first creation in the 1890s. The first logo emphasized the health qualities that the soft drink was supposed to have. 130 more words

Popular soda ingredient poses cancer risk

Public health researchers have analyzed soda consumption data in order to characterize people’s exposure to a potentially carcinogenic byproduct of some types of caramel color. Caramel color is a common ingredient in colas and other dark soft drinks.

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Can real juice suppliers guarantee health and fitness with their products?

We would like to talk about the period when juice was just juice and not a status symbol. When people were consuming fresh, healthy, and tasty real juices direct from the farm. 345 more words

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