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Soda Contracts: Who Really Benefits?

Even with increasing concern over improving student nutrition and exercise during the school day, many schools don't want to terminate relatively lucrative contracts with soda companies. But how much money do schools actually earn, and where is the money coming from? And, most importantly, what are the implications for student health? Nicola Pinson investigates in this article from Rethinking Schools.

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