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Almond also tones up brain and increase memory and concentration.
Almond drinks can be suitably taken with water, hot or cold milk as per the season and hence is an all season nutrition for all years.
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  Soft Drink Vending Machines | Vencoa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
This new soft drink vending machines can accommodate up to twelve different selections of canned or bottled drinks.
It is an ideal soft drink vending machine for both versatility and selection.
All four soft drink vending machines are priced lower than the identical machines from Selectivend, USI, Fawn, or Federal.
www.vencoa.com /soft_drink_vending_machines.html   (200 words)

  
  Soft drink - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Japan, soft drinks are commonly referred to as "juice", and by younger generations as "drink", a shortened term for "PET-bottle drink".
In the West of Scotland, soft drinks are commonly known as "ginger", presumably referring to an early "soft drink", ginger beer.
Soft drinks obtain almost 100% of their food energy in the form of refined cane sugar or corn syrup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Soft_drink   (3705 words)

  
 Colorado Soft Drink Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Soft drinks are more popular than coffee, tea and juice combined, and there are now almost 450 brands and varieties of soft drinks on the market.
A soft drink has to taste the same wherever it is consumed, so the bottlers use very sophisticated filtering systems and other forms of treatment to remove all traces of residual impurities.
As noted previously, early versions of soft drinks were often referred to as sodas and soda water because of the use of sodium salts as the source of carbon dioxide.
www.softdrink-colorado.org /whatsin/basic.html   (2416 words)

  
 Soft Drinks
Soft drinks usually contain carbonated water, high-fructose corn syrup or sucrose, caramel color, phosphoric acid, and flavors.
Soft drinks are also available at virtually every convenience store—on the shelf, in the refrigerated section, or from a soda fountain.
Soft drinks are a source of caffeine, and while not every study finds that caffeine reduces female fertility, many doctors recommend that women trying to get pregnant avoid caffeine.
www.pccnaturalmarkets.com /health/Food_Guide/Soft_Drinks.htm   (735 words)

  
 Soft drink
In the past, most Cola and other soft drinks were sweetened with ordinary sugar (sucrose), but to save on production costs (due to high sugar tariffs imposed on sugar imported into the United States), most companies have turned to the more economical corn syrup as a sweetener in the United States.
In Scotland, soft drinks are commonly known as "ginger", presumably referring to an early "soft drink", ginger beer.
In Japan, soft drinks are commonly refered as "juice" and younger generations refer as "drink", a shortened term for "PET-bottle drink".
www.knowledgefun.com /book/s/so/soft_drink.html   (1013 words)

  
 Soft Drink Warning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Soft drinks, including the cola and pepper-type drinks that have caffeine in them, are the number one beverage of Americans today, with coffee second.
Soft drinks use predominately three types of sweeteners - saccharin or aspartame in the diet type and sugar, cane syrup or corn syrup in the regular drinks.
A government warning was once issued to the manufacturer of a certain world-famous refreshing soft drink for its suspected effect on the bones of children because of the large amount of phosphoric acid contained in it.
www.themuslimwoman.com /beware/SoftDrinkWarning.htm   (1666 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Study: Schools discouraging soft drinks reduce obesity   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
A high intake of sweetened carbonated drinks probably contributes to childhood obesity, and there is a growing movement against soft drinks in schools.
The study "reduced the average daily consumption of carbonated soft drinks by about 150 milliliters, or 35 calories —; half the reduction was in diet carbonated soft drinks.
Soft drink consumption has increased enormously in the United States and in Europe over the last three decades, and children are becoming increasingly overweight around the world.
www.usatoday.com /news/health/2004-04-22-soft-drinks_x.htm   (804 words)

  
 Keysupplements.com Soft Drink Explosion Among Kids
National dietary surveys show that carbonated soft drink consumption more than doubled in youths aged 6 to 17 from about 5 ounces per day in 1977-78 to 12 ounces in 1994-98, the most recent years for which national data is available.
If parents drink soft drinks three or more times a week, their children are three times more likely to drink five or more per week than kids whose parents drink less often.
Although soft drink consumption among children has received the most critical attention in studies, the wide popularity of sports drinks, fruit drinks with only 5 to 20 percent juice and sweetened drinks made from powdered mixes are also concerns.
www.keysupplements.com /articles/softdrinks.htm   (629 words)

  
 Soft Drink Industry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Soft Drink Industry (SIC 111) consists of establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing non-alcoholic, carbonated beverages, mineral waters and concentrates and syrups for the manufacture of carbonated beverages.
While soft drinks face competition from a host of other beverages, including tap water, some large soft drink manufacturers have added other beverage products, such as fruit juices and drinks, dairy products, and bottled water, to their line of products to increase sales and market share.
Only a very small portion of soft drinks are still packaged in glass bottles, due in part to the late 1970s problem of exploding glass bottles with contents under pressure as well as changing consumer preferences and lifestyles.
www.rhdcc.gc.ca /asp/gateway.asp?hr=/en/hip/hrp/sp/industry_profiles/soft_drinks.shtml&hs=hzp   (5349 words)

  
 Hard Facts About Soft Drink Hazards
As soft drink consumption rises, there is a direct link to a decrease in the consumption of milk.
With the continued increase in soft drink consumption and lower calcium intake, the rate of Americans affected by osteoporosis is expected to rise.
Soft drinks tend to bathe teeth in sugared water over a period of time, prolonging high sugar levels in the mouth, and causing decay of certain surfaces of certain teeth;
www.sib.state.ok.us /March_SoftDrink_Hazards.htm   (693 words)

  
 Sprite (soft drink) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sprite is a clear, lemon-lime flavored, non-caffeinated soft drink, produced by the Coca-Cola Company.
It is also often the soft drink of choice for those who abstain from the intake of caffeine.
The source of the benzene appears to be from a reaction of citric acid and sodium benzoate, ingredients common in many soft drinks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sprite_(soft_drink)   (863 words)

  
 The Five Soft Drink Monsters - How to finally kick the soft drink habit for good   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
Kicking the soft drink habit is a critical step for achieving lasting health and weight loss.
How soft drinks create a dangerous mineral imbalance in the human body that results in loss of bone mass and can be misdiagnosed as osteoporosis.
This is the report the soft drink companies hope you never read, because it shows you how to break free from the soft drink habit and take control over your health.
www.truthpublishing.com /5softdrinkmonsters.html   (610 words)

  
 Papers and information on the Soft Drink Industry
The soft drink industry buys a large portion of the Nutrasweet market but their percentage of purchases are falling as other products begin to use it.
The buyers for the soft drink industry are members of a large network of bottlers and distributors that represent the major soft drink companies at the local level.
Soft drink companies rely on these distributors to represent them on the local level, so it is important to maintain a healthy relationship.
www.lazystudents.com /hyperpapers/soft_drink_industry.html   (10499 words)

  
 Soft Drink "Pouring Rights": Marketing Empty Calories
Table 5, the history of regulations dealing with sales of soft drinks and other “junk” foods defined by Congress as foods of minimal nutritional value is part of a 50-year saga of nearly annual Congressional tinkering with the rules governing the school lunch and breakfast  programs.
By the late 1960s, coin-operated vending machines selling soft drinks and snacks were already well established in schools, and parents, school officials, health authorities, and even Congress could see that the sales of such foods directly competed with federally-supported meal programs “for the children’s coins and appetites.
Soft drink companies had sold their products for many years through vending machines on school and college campuses, but they made greater efforts to do so in the early 1990s, initially focusing on colleges and universities.
www.asu.edu /educ/epsl/CERU/Documents/cace-00-03.htm   (6072 words)

  
 Colorado Soft Drink Association   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In some circumstances where fluoride cannot be added to the drinking water, or where bottled water is used extensively, dentists prescribe fluoride toothpastes or fluoride treatments for children.
It does not seem to occur when fluoride is added to drinking water supplies at the recommended concentration of 1 part fluoride to 1 million parts water.
The soft drinks that we bottle are meant to be refreshment drinks, and there is adequate room in our diets for refreshment drinks, fruit juices, teas, coffee, sports drinks, milk and water.
www.softdrink-colorado.org /health/health.html   (2177 words)

  
 Soft Drink Consumption Soars
Daily calories from soft drinks and fruit drinks nearly tripled between 1977 and 2001, rising from 2.8% to 7%.
This translates to a change from 50 calories to 144 calories in soft drinks, and to an increase in calories from fruit drinks from 20 calories to 45 calories.
"Most soft drinks were made with sucrose (table sugar) in the 1970s, while in the 1990s and currently they are made with high-fructose corn syrup," write the researchers.
www.webmd.com /content/article/94/102717.htm   (502 words)

  
 Drinking & Driving
When it comes to alcohol, a drink is a drink is a drink and are all the same to a breathalyzer.
If you stay active you tend to drink less and to be more aware of any effects alcohol may be having on you.
Remember that about one-third of American adults choose not to drink and that a guest's reason for not drinking is the business of the guest only, not of the host.
www2.potsdam.edu /alcohol-info/DrinkingAndDriving.html   (1921 words)

  
 Soft Drink Tax
The Chicago Home Rule Municipal Soft Drink Occupation Tax is imposed on persons who sell canned or bottled soft drinks at retail in Chicago.
Soft drinks when mixed and sold in an alcoholic drink.
The rate is 3% of gross receipts from soft drinks sold at retail.
www.revenue.state.il.us /Businesses/TaxInformation/Sales/softdrink.htm   (225 words)

  
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Soft drinks are currently the primary source of added sugars, and studies connect them to obesity and nutrient deficits.
U.S. soft drinks are sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup, which is processed differently in the body than other sugars, and may turn into fat more easily.
That being said, soft drinks are probably the worst and most dangerous culprit, and there are certainly many good reasons to keep kids away from them.
www.mercola.com /track.aspx?returnUrl=/2005/sep/29/liquid_candy_the_rise_of_soft_drinks_in_america.htm   (782 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Soft drink   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
In the past, most Cola and other soft drinks were sweetened with ordinary sugar (sucrose), but to save on production costs, most companies have turned to the more economical corn syrup as a sweetener in the United States.
Kola Champagne (despite a name that suggest an alcoholic drink, Kola Champagne is actually a soft drink) (Puerto Rican)
Images, some of which are used under the doctrine of Fair use or used with permission, may not be available.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Soft_drink   (796 words)

  
 Lawyers ready suit against soft drinks - The Boston Globe
WASHINGTON -- The fight against sugary soft drinks is beginning to foam over.
A coalition of lawyers who have actively and successfully sued tobacco companies says it is close to filing a class-action lawsuit against soft-drink makers for selling sugared sodas in schools.
The American Beverage Association released a study yesterday that showed a 24 percent drop in purchases of full-calorie carbonated soft drinks at schools from 2002 to 2004.
www.boston.com /news/education/k_12/articles/2005/12/02/lawyers_ready_suit_against_soft_drinks   (602 words)

  
 Read Reviews on Rasna Soft Drink Concentrate - MouthShut.com
Wow!rasna is the best soft drink for me because it is very sweet.It’s price is not very high not to less it is reason able.If you drink rasna once you will come to know what is rasna.Everyone think rasna is like orange juice but no it is very different...
The drink I think is concentrated way too much and remains nothing more than a color being spilled into water.
Wow!rasna is the best soft drink for me because it is very sweet.It’s price is not very high not to less it is reasnoable.If you drink rasna once you will come to know what is rasna.Everyone think rasna is like orange juice but no it is very different...
www.mouthshut.com /product-reviews/Rasna_Soft_Drink_Concentrate-925007952.html   (497 words)

  
 Soft Drink Recipes Cocktail Crazy Perrier : NESTLE
Soft drink, crazy cocktail recipes and famous bottle's story on the official Perrier mineral water website (Nestle).
Official soft drink on French Open tennis tournament, in roland garros.
Drinking Perrier in the morning is refreshing and thirst-quenching.
www.perrier.com /soft_drink.htm   (234 words)

  
 Kentucky Soft Drink Association - KSDA - Economic Impact
The Soft Drink Industry in Kentucky contributes significantly to the state by creating sales for other businesses, jobs, wages and benefits, taxes and contributions.
When most people think of soft drinks they usually think of their favorite brand or flavor.
Bust soft drinks in Kentucky are much more.
www.kysoftdrink.org /impact   (182 words)

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