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Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper Sued Over Misleading Diet Soda Ads

A growing body of evidence suggests diet drinks might not be so slimming after all. Advertising campaigns behind diet drinks from Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper have long promoted the idea that consumers are taking the healthier, more weight-conscious option when it comes to choosing their favorite sodas. Diet Coke emphasized its drink has "no sugar, no calories." Diet Pepsi tried launching its slender "skinny" can only a handful of years ago.
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