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Lawsuit accuses diet soft drink makers of misleading consumers


Lawsuit accuses diet soft drink makers of misleading consumers
6abc.com

The Calorie Control Council, whose members include manufacturers of artificial sweeteners including aspartame and the makers of diet soda said: "Reduced-calorie products are an important tool in helping consumers improve their diet and lose weight.".

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