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August 21, 2003

August 21 the government gave a clean chit to all soft drinks, saying they are safe and do not contain high pesticide levels as alleged by the Centre for Science and Environment, the Delhi-based NGO.

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Number of User Comments: 29

Sub: cola

we can use cola instead of pestisides for crops because they r very cheaper and more effective compared to pestisides which r sold in markest

Posted by sarawannaidu

Sub: No wonder the big boys got away

The govt's decision definetely seems fishy.As we've seen with the bottled water issue,NGO's like CSE should be in fact encouraged to do more such studies ...

Posted by Neil

Sub: Colas are bad even with out pestisides

Colas does not have any food value and creates only harm for your health eventhough it is free from pestisides. One of my friend got ...

Posted by premlal

Sub: cola controversy

Colas have been proved to be harmful to health. Our celebrities selfishly and shamelessly endorse the colas and rake in millions by misleading the public. ...

Posted by shashidhar

Sub: Regarding colas, better safe than sorry.

Government has not given a clean chit, but the colas have somehow passed a "clean cheat" on the public; the minister has demanded an unconditional ...

Posted by chanakya



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