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Sugary Soda Giants Are Funding Major American Health Organizations

The groups are ‘inadvertently participating in their marketing plans’ Considering sugar’s role in America’s obesity epidemic, one might assume soft drink companies such as Coca-Cola and PepsiCo throwing funds at major health organizations would be a bad idea. Wouldn’t it be a conflict of interest? These companies make money by selling sugary sodas, and these organizations perform a public service by warning consumers of said sodas' potential dangers.
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