Artificially-flavoured milk-based drink for US schools from Coca Cola

21st November 2003 at 00:00
In a bid to to dampen criticism of marketing of high-sugar drinks to children via vending machines, Coca-Cola has unveiled a new artificially-flavoured milk-based drink for US schools.

In addition, Coke subsidiary Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc, will sponsor the Chicago-based National Parents Teachers Association, according to US magazine Education Week.

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