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  • Why do we want real sugar?
  • Why do we want real sugar?
    José Antonio Cartelle ©
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Why do we want real sugar?

Growing health concerns mean that US soda sales are declining. People are avoiding classic versions made with corn syrup - but they're also steering clear of 'healthy' diet sodas, due to their artificial sweeteners. Can a “Pepsi made with real sugar” make an impact?

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