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fizzy drink

A UK term of art for a carbonated beverage available for purchase in 170 cc to 2-litre cans or bottles in developed countries as well as the United States, which have been targeted as a major culprit in the rise of obesity worldwide due to generally high sugar content.

carbonated drink

A fluid infused with carbon dioxide and consumed for hydration or refreshment, such as a cola or other soft drink.
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Distributed into four groups, these samples were submerged into different carbonated drinks (Pepsi, carbonated juice-Big Apple, Sports drink-Sting, control group-natural saliva) each for 5min, in 4 cycles per day (6hours apart) for 15 days.
Dental problems are not the only downside to an excess of carbonated drinks. Ruth Watling, chief dietician at Alder Hey, the Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, says she and her colleagues are seeingmore and more children who are overweight, even obese, and believe that fizzy drinks play a significant role.
The company, which claims 38% market share in the carbonated drinks segment in Pakistan, is also looking to increase its product line.
Muhammad Usman said that the use of fake carbonated drinks causes cancer, stomach ulcer and other diseases.
The government has also changed the name of the new tax on tobacco and carbonated drinks from Sin Tax to Health Tax, official sources told The Nation here Sunday.
The company is hoping the new drink will shore up sales in winter, when demand for cold carbonated drinks typically falls.
It states that customers can reclaim a five-cent deposit on carbonated drink and beer bottles by recycling them, and unclaimed deposits go to beverage companies.
As long as we are floating things, let's try something with raisins and a carbonated drink like ginger ale, 7-Up, or Sprite.
LAHORE -- Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has unearthed two fake carbonated drink making factories and confiscated 56,772 litres spurious soft drinks in two different raids conducted in the area of Wagah and Haloki here on Wednesday.
KARACHI -- Eminent ENT Specialist and Secretary General Pakistan Medical Association (Centre) Dr SM Qaisar Sajjad has welcomed the ban on the sale of energy, carbonated drinks, coloured crackers and others substandard food items at educational institutions across the province.