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The New York City Campaign Against Soft Drinks, Sugar, and Obesity

The New York City Campaign Against Soft Drinks, Sugar, and Obesity

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New York City has launched an advertising campaign against soft drinks and sugar, which brings to mind a time when the Senate was considering a nationwide tax on all sugared drinks.

Here is their first video from the campaign of a man eating sugar packets.

And another video of a man drinking fat.

Lastly are some posters depicting the pure unrefined sugar in sodas:

This is an inforgraphic displaying the tablespoons of sugar in each product:

Click here and here to read the original articles from the NYC Department of Health Website. Visit the Drinking Sugar Youtube Channel. And fan their site on Facebook.

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