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Coke admits Vitaminwater isn’t that healthy

Molly Wood Apr 8, 2016
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Vitaminwater labels are known for listing positive health benefits, not anymore. 
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If you were convinced drinking Vitaminwater — a Coca-Cola product — was improving your eyesight and leaving you more physically and mentally healthy, it might have been a placebo effect.

A court has approved a settlement agreement between Coca-Cola and the Center for Science in the Public Interest in a class-action lawsuit over the drink and the claims on its label.

Under the agreement, Coca-Cola will stop advertising health benefits from drinking the beverage and make clear that each drink contains about 32 grams of sugar.

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