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Mr Zabe
05-30-2014, 09:13 AM
http://my.chicagotribune.com/#story/chi-california-warning-label-sugar-drinks-20140530/

lordmadone
05-31-2014, 05:34 PM
Considering the politics of California and how much of a nanny-state it is like NYC, I think it is far off from going to any other state in the near future.

fusion
06-01-2014, 11:57 AM
To be fair, you would also have to label juice, juice drinks and other drinks, they are often loaded with sugar as well.

12oz servings:

Coca-Cola 39g
Orange juice 36g
Apple juice 39g
Cranberry juice cocktail 42g
Yoo Hoo 41g
Nesquik ready to drink strawberry 46g
Gatorade 32g


Even the flavored alcoholic drinks are sugary.

Mike's Hard Lemonade (11.2oz) 30.4g
Seagram's Escapes Strawberry Daiquiri (11.2oz) 42g
Twisted Tea (12oz) 31g

halloaaryn
06-02-2014, 03:43 PM
*Sugary. Not Surgery.

Sorry. This was bugging me, LoL

BottleBoss
06-03-2014, 10:22 AM
What really needs to be labeled are politicians and Educators, not sugary drinks. Politicians and Educators should be required to wear a shirt wherever they go that says on it in bold letters:
WARNING: THIS INDIVIDUAL MAY BE FULL OF SH!T, WHICH HAS PROVEN TO BE A HAZZARD TO THE HEALTH OF THE NATION AS A WHOLE.

lordmadone
06-05-2014, 03:53 PM
What really needs to be labeled are politicians and Educators, not sugary drinks. Politicians and Educators should be required to wear a shirt wherever they go that says on it in bold letters:
WARNING: THIS INDIVIDUAL MAY BE FULL OF SH!T, WHICH HAS PROVEN TO BE A HAZZARD TO THE HEALTH OF THE NATION AS A WHOLE.

I can get behind this movement.

ATownAndrew
06-08-2014, 02:19 AM
It's not going effect soda consumption or sales much. There's the Prop 65 warnings everywhere in CA and no one pays attention to them or knows what they are. I'd rather have this warning label then have someone limit the soda size I could order/drink. No worries! Still love CA!

Mr Zabe
06-12-2014, 07:12 AM
http://www.suntimes.com/m/27973835-773/real-message-of-coke-ads-should-be-moderation.html#.U5mI9aO3PFo