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Coke to Roll Out Cholesterol-Reducing Orange Juice
Posted on 10/24/2003 2:52:08 PM PDT by Tumbleweed_Connection
Edited on 04/22/2004 12:37:26 AM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Soft drink maker Coca-Cola Co. (KO), which is battling rival PepsiCo Inc. (PEP) for control of the growing health drinks market, said Friday it was preparing to launch a cholesterol-reducing orange juice.
The world's largest soft drink maker will begin rolling out Minute Maid Premium Heart Wise (search) Monday in the United States. It expects the drink to be widely available throughout the nation by the Thanksgiving holiday in November.
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TOPICS: News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: cocacolaco; coke; health; ko; oj; orangejuice
To: Tumbleweed_Connection; Admin Moderator
posted on 10/24/2003 2:59:38 PM PDT
(Here's to Bush '04, Mr. Limbaugh, the outlawing of speedos and the banning of kiddie animes! *glug*)
Two 8-oz servings of orange juice also contains nearly 60g of carbs - for those who watch such things. That is roughly the amount of carbs (sugar) that you would get in 2.5 Snickers bars.
If you want to lower cholesterol, eat lots of olive oil. Eat Mediterranean. Eat normal-carb.
posted on 10/24/2003 3:05:27 PM PDT
(205.2 (-94.8) Homestretch to 200)
With a little gin....
posted on 10/24/2003 3:37:14 PM PDT
( We are SITCOMs-single income, two kids, oppressive mortgage.)
Now if they could come out with a cholesteral reducing BEER they would really be on to something.
posted on 10/24/2003 4:07:28 PM PDT
(Fighting for Freedom and Having Fun)
will go the way of "New" Coke!
The "Suits" that thought this cr@p
up should be fired.
posted on 10/24/2003 6:43:50 PM PDT
Sorry about the link!
posted on 10/24/2003 6:45:16 PM PDT
a cholesterol-reducing orange juice.
A pint of vodka ought to cure that taste.
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