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Soda Wars: Can the Color in Your Cola Give You Cancer?

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Sodas, even diet versions, have no place in our daily, weekly or monthly diet. Time to deprogram our minds and stop contaminating ourselves with liquid candy crack.

Read why FDA disagrees with the Center for Science in the Public Interest findings regarding cancer-causing soda.

Health & Family

If some public-health advocates have their way, sodas could become the cigarettes of food. Doctors already dislike the sugary drinks for their teeth-dissolving properties and for the role they may play in childhood obesity. There’s a constant struggle to get soda vending machines out of public schools, with administrators often forced to choose between losing sponsorship money from big soda companies and dealing with overcaffeinated, less healthy kids. Given the sheer size of the American soda industry — 9.4 billion cases of soft drinks were sold in the U.S. in 2009 — it’s not a war that will end anytime soon. Especially if a certain C word starts getting thrown around.

That’s what the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is doing. The consumer watchdog group yesterday wrote a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) calling on officials to ban the use of caramel coloring…

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