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CSPI’s Soda War Shuffles Off To Buffalo

The Center for Science in the Public Interest’s fatally flawed “liquid candy” report on soda pops up once again. This time, it’s an article that cites CSPI’s junk science on soda at length, making wrongful accusations that school officials promote teenage obesity, caffeine addiction, attention-deficit disorder, anxiety and sleeplessness by accepting soda makers’ support for school programs. In 1998, CSPI issued a retraction for the bad data in their attack on carbonated beverages, but the flawed “study” keeps showing up.

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