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SODAS

[D.L. Parnas & J.A. Darringer. Proc FJCC 31:449-474, AFIPS (Fall 1967)].
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The report also covers the segmentation of the market based on the sale of carbonated soft drinks using various distribution channels:
79, comparing those who consumed more than half a litre of soft drink per day with those who did not consume soft drinks.
Natural sodas are meeting the growing market for soft drinks with reduced refined sugar content, offering many people a transition from or alternative to the mainstream drinks many of us have grown up on.
I think soft drinks should be allowed in schools," she told JS.
For students and teachers at Canoga Park High, the fizz falls flat on an all-out ban on soft drinks.
The advertising has obviously worked, but we might experience more health problems as a result of the amount of soft drinks we drink.
Washington, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Individuals who drink diet soft drinks on a daily basis may be at increased risk of suffering vascular events such as stroke, heart attack, and vascular death, a new study has warned.
The Japanese market saw oolong tea soft drinks -- black Chinese half-fermented, pre-dried tea leaves that combine the characteristics of black and green teas -- retain the No.
Students consume on average about one can a week, said Bob Achermann, executive director of the California Nevada Soft Drink Association.
A SMALL BUT ENTHUSIASTIC GROUP OF entrepreneurs in southern California wants to launch a carbonated soft drink to quench the thirst of the largest Hispanic group in the United States--Mexicans.
Soft drink bottlers and breweries are switching, too.
The tax would raise an estimated $300 million a year, which would go to schools to fund programs now paid for by soft drink sales, to programs teaching kids about nutrition and getting them active, and to research on obesity and tooth decay.