Some of the country's biggest beverage companies have agreed to stop selling sugary soft drinks and other high calorie beverages in schools. The agreement was worked out by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation in conjunction with the American Beverage Association, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola and Cadbury Schweppes. According the School Nutrition Association (SNA), the guidelines may accelerate the shift to lower-calorie and nutritious beverages that children consume during the regular and ...

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