November 2016

Leaked Coca-Cola emails reveal an opportunity for advocates

Internal Coca-Cola documents show that taxing sugary drinks and reducing marketing to kids are among the regulatory actions that concern the company the most — precisely because of their effectiveness. Now, it's time for advocates to turn up the heat. Read more >


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