As Pepsi announces it will remove its sugary beverages from schools worldwide, Will other soft drink makers follow? FatFighterTV has a look at this story and other diet and fitness headlines making news this week.
Pepsi cuts sugary drinks from schools around the world
Are the efforts of grassroots groups like this one to get junk foods out of schools finally paying off? Pepsi just announced it will remove its full-calorie, sugary drinks from schools around the world over the next two years. The World Heart Federation has been talking with soft drink makers about removing sugary drinks from schools to help fight the rise in childhood obesity.
Kraft to cut sodium from its products
Just one day after Pepsi announced it was cutting sugary drinks from schools around the world, Kraft Foods also addresses health concerns. The largest food maker in North America says it plans to cut sodium by about 10 percent from its products over the next two years.
Head of Sony Pictures wants theaters to sell healthy snacks
This could keep me from sneaking in my own snacks to the movies. The head of Sony Pictures recommends that movie theaters offer healthier snacks to help fight obesity and to give movie-goers more choices. In a Sony survey, two-thirds of moviegoers said they would be likely to buy healthy concessions if they were available.
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