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New study finds PET bottles of five huge soda brands contain harmful heavy metals

The Indian government just delivered a blow to soda drinkers around the world. They commissioned a study that uncovered five toxins in the PET soda bottles of five major brands, all owned by either Coca Cola or PepsiCo. Heavy metals such as lead and cadmium are among the offending toxins. India's Drugs Technical Advisory Board (DTAB) instructed the All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Heath (AIIH&PH), based in Kolkata, to conduct the study.
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