Who said it?

'We considered that they would not expect a 'nutritious' drink to have the equivalent of four or five teaspoons of added sugar.' - The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) says a Coca-Cola advert labelling its Vitamin Water drink 'nutritious' is misleading, as the drink contains about a quarter of a consumer's guideline daily amount of sugar.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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