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SODAS

[D.L. Parnas & J.A. Darringer. Proc FJCC 31:449-474, AFIPS (Fall 1967)].
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Moderation and Avoidance is a key trend driving demand for adult soft drinks among alcohol drinkers.
With the improvement of living and consumption capacity, China soft drink industry has stepped into fast developing period.
I like to tell patients that a single sip of a soft drink is the catalyst for an attack on tooth enamel, and the attack is renewed with each new sip," says Dr.
ISLAMABAD -- Medical experts has advised the people not to use soft drinks at Iftar and Sehr timings as such items are harmful for health.
and Asahi Soft Drinks each have market shares of around 10 percent, against a share of just above 2 percent for Calpis.
Led by Zumin Shi, MD, PhD, of the University of Adelaide, researchers conducted computer assisted telephone interviewing among 16,907 participants aged 16 years and older in South Australia between March 2008 and June 2010 inquiring about soft drink consumption.
Soft drinks can be found almost anywhere in the world, but nowhere are they as ubiquitous as the U.
THE SOFT DRINK CATEGORY IS ALIVE AND WELL, AND SUPERMARKETS HAVE A LEADERSHIP ROLE WITH THE CATEGORY RIGHT NOW," SAYS CHRIS DEMAIO, DIRECTOR OF LARGE STORE CHANNEL AT COCA-COLA ENTERPRISES IN ATLANTA.
Soft-drink companies are considering voluntary restrictions on the sale of carbonated soft drinks in schools.
An American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement in the January 2004 issue of Pediatrics calls on schools to stop selling soft drinks and start providing healthier alternatives such as real fruit juice and water.
We know if we go to a supermarket how much the beer costs and how much the soft drink costs and we know how cheap soft drink can be.
According to the National Soft Drink Association (NSDA), a lack of physical activity and other factors, such as a person's race, age, and gender, are also responsible for the increase in overweight U.