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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MARCH 25: A customer shops for soft drinks in a cooler at a 76 gas station on March 25, 2013 in San Francisco, California. According to a report by Beverage Digest, sales of carbonated soft drinks in the United States fell 1.2 percent in 2012 to 9.17 billion... Justin Sullivan/Getty Images


 
Yearly Report Shows Sales Of Soda Continues To Decline
 
Yearly Report Shows Sales Of Soda Continues To Decline
 
Yearly Report Shows Sales Of Soda Continues To Decline
 
Yearly Report Shows Sales Of Soda Continues To Decline
 
Yearly Report Shows Sales Of Soda Continues To Decline
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
Soda Revenue Drops In U.S.
 
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A man and a woman drink carbonated water
 
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Chicago School Officials Address Junk Food
 

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