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Super Bowl Ads Past And Present: How Do They Stack Up?

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Soda sales have been flattening, but the industry has stepped up marketing and lobbying, according to Marion Nestle in Soda Politics: Taking on Big Soda (And Winning). Akash Ghai/NPR hide caption

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Cows rotate in the milking parlor at Fair Oaks Farms, a large-scale dairy and tourist attraction, near Rensselaer, Ind. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Inside The Indiana Megadairy Making Coca-Cola's New Milk

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4-MEI, a chemical created during the manufacturing of caramel color used to dye sodas brown, is under new scrutiny. iStockphoto hide caption

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Coca-Cola Life, a new product being rolled out in Argentina with a green label, is being marketed as a "natural" and therefore lower-calorie cola. Coca-Cola hide caption

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In Argentina, Coca-Cola Tests Market For 'Green' Coke

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Share a Coke with ... (enter name here). Darren Foreman (left), Elliott Brown (middle), teigan (top right), ☼zlady (bottom left) via Flickr hide caption

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Episode 416: Why The Price Of Coke Didn't Change For 70 Years

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Coca-Cola says the caramel coloring in its signature soda has always been safe. OmerSukruGoksu/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Coca-Cola Modifies Caramel Color To Avoid Cancer Warning Label

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