New York City Health Department Attacks More Beverages In Ads

June 4, 2013

Despite being locked in a court battle over the large size soda ban in New York, the city’s health department has continued its campaign against beverages with television and subway ads that talk about juice and similar drinks being linked to obesity, according to Newsmax. The city’s health commissioner explains the ads as a way to educate the public that even drinks considered healthier than soda can be high in sugar. Full article.



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