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FDA issues Clostridium botulinum warning Juices Incorporated

Clostridium botulinum fears prompt FDA action

By Joseph James Whitworth

A fear that carrot and beet juice from a US company could be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum has prompted the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to warn consumers about the potential health risks.

Coke donates $1m to Hurricane Sandy relief drive

Coke donates $1m to Hurricane Sandy relief drive

By Ben Bouckley

The Coca-Cola Company has contributed one million dollars to assist in relief efforts associated with the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the Northeast of the United States.

Mayor Bloomberg: Bold action is needed as 58% of adults and nearly 40% of city public school students in New York City are obese or overweight

Soft drinks giants mull legal options as NYC soda ban gets green light

By Elaine WATSON

Beverage makers have blasted New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s “discriminatory ban” on sales of super-sized sodas, while supporters have dismissed the industry’s “professionally manufactured outrage” and urged other states to follow suit.

USDA rejects NYC food stamps soda ban

USDA rejects NYC food stamps soda ban

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

US Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials have rejected a proposal from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg that would have banned sugary drinks from the list of products that can be bought with food stamps.

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