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  • Coca-Cola anti-obesity promises include no advertising to kids

    Coca-Cola anti-obesity promises include no advertising to kids
    Coca-Cola is making major promises to fight obesity – ceasing advertisements directed at kids, slapping calorie counts on all its packaging – as the soda giant stares down a rising tide of concern over sugar-stuffed beverages. On Wednesday,...
  • PepsiCo-Lil Wayne split marks shaky alliance of rappers, business

    Corporations are quick to recruit rappers to sell their soft drinks, shoes and smartphones — but the moment there's a whiff of controversy, they are just as quick to cut them loose. The latest example is PepsiCo and Lil Wayne. Last week, the...
  • Ziggy Marley plays music for motorheads in mountains

    Ziggy Marley plays music for motorheads in mountains
    A week after the Rolling Stones played a semi-secret club date as a musical publicity stunt, reggae scion Ziggy Marley did the same -- performing a short set of his father's standards and his own originals Friday afternoon at a remote roadside cafe on the...
  • Watchdog group finds high levels of carcinogen in Pepsi drinks

    Watchdog group finds high levels of carcinogen in Pepsi drinks
    A health watchdog group is releasing a study today that found high levels of a cancer-causing chemical in Pepsi drinks in 10 states, including Maryland. The Center for Environmental Health commissioned Eurofins Analytical laboratory in Louisiana to...
  • Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?

     Fruit juices and smoothies: Dangerous for your health?
    The marketing for freshly pressed and blended juices promises instant energy, weight loss, a flood of vitamins and minerals — all in a single, portable, gulpable serving. Health-minded consumers seem to have bought the claims — and with...
  • New York City lawyers argue to bring back soda ban

    New York City lawyers argue to bring back soda ban
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City lawyers tried to convince an appeals court on Tuesday to allow Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sugary drinks, three months after it was struck down as an illegal overreach of executive power. The law, invalidated...
  • Omnicom, Publicis merging to create global advertising behemoth

    Two of the world's largest advertising holding companies -- Omnicom Group Inc. in New York and Publicis Groupe in Paris -- have agreed to merge into the world's largest agency with a market value that would exceed $35 billion. The two companies...
  • Omnicom, Publicis merger could benefit rivals, spur other deals

    The planned merger of Omnicom Group Inc. in New York and Publicis Groupe in Paris into the world's biggest advertising firm gives the combined company lots of clout.  The deal was designed to give the new company more leverage when negotiating...
  • PepsiCo to invest $5 billion to expand in Mexico

    PepsiCo to invest $5 billion to expand in Mexico
    PepsiCo Inc. announced plans Friday to invest $5 billion to expand in Mexico over the next five years, a move that will boost its production capacity and add 4,000 new jobs to the country's economy.  The beverage and snack maker said Mexico is "one of...
  • Food firms say 6.4 trillion fewer calories sold in 2012 than in 2007

    Food firms say 6.4 trillion fewer calories sold in 2012 than in 2007
    A group of big food companies sold 6.4 trillion fewer calories in the United States in 2012 than it did in 2007, an independent evaluator said Thursday in a report on the pledge manufacturers made to First Lady Michelle Obama’s program to end...
  • Pepsi One contains higher levels of potential carcinogen, report says

    Caramel color is an additive that gives your bubbly soda that distinct amber hue. But some of the artificial coloring also contains a potentially carcinogenic chemical called 4-methylimidazole or 4-MeI. Although there are no federal limits on its use,...