"Fearing tainted meat, China's women's volleyball team has stuck
to a strict vegetarian diet for the last three weeks, which the team's coach is now blaming for his athletes' abysmal performance..." More here...
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The company argues it has scientific evidence that the mouse was not in the can when the case was sealed in August 2008 and that a veterinary pathologist examined the mouse, finding that it could not have been in the can that long because its body would have disintegrated due to the acid in the soda.More here. Geez. You drink Mountain Dew?
Pepsi argues that for the mouse to have been in the Mountain Dew that long, the body would have transformed into a "'jelly-like' substance."
"France's top constitutional body on Wednesday approved aMaybe some folks would be better off if sugary drinks were more stigmatized
new tax on sugary drinks that aims to fight obesity while
giving a boost to state coffers.
"...The new soda tax is...part of the government's fight against obesity...
it was passed in parliament last week.
"The tax has been slammed by beverage firms including Coca-Cola,
which in September said it was suspending a planned 17-million-euro
investment at a plant in the south of France in "a symbolic protest
against a tax that punishes our company and stigmatises our products."
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