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  • Americans don’t drink with dinner
  • Americans don’t drink with dinner
    Florian Plag (2011) ©
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Americans don’t drink with dinner

American restaurants and fast food outlets have long relied on soda-swiggers to boost profits. Dollar menus need the additional sales of fries and a Coke to make a profit. But as people wise up to the health implications of washing down dinner with pop, the food industry is losing money.

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