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Coca-Cola announced Monday it plans to roll out new soda vending machines displaying the calorie content of its soft drinks starting next year. PepsiCo and other soft-drink makers will do likewise, the American Beverage Association said. The new vending machines are in response to criticism of sugary sodas.

Associated press Coca-Cola announced Monday it plans to roll out new soda vending machines displaying the calorie content of its soft drinks starting next year. PepsiCo and other soft-drink makers will do likewise, the American Beverage Association said. The new vending machines are in response to criticism of sugary sodas.

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