Study Shows Smaller Soda Size Leads To Bundling And Increased Consumption

April 16, 2013

According to a recent University of California San Diego Study, restricting the size of soda beverages available leads retailers to bundle the sodas together and consumers actually drink more, according to Physician's Briefing on Healthy News. When given a choice of beverages, consumers presented with bundled soda units, even with smaller sizes, bought significantly more ounces of soda. Full article.


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New York City Postpones Large Soda Ban Fines

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