The agency acquired objected to the product’s labeling, which explained the drink as ‘Diet Coke with Minerals and vitamins.’ The FDA said at the time that it’s inappropriate to include extra nutrients to ‘snack foods such as carbonated beverages.’ A Coca-Cola representative stated the drink was removed the market this year 2010 because it wasn’t performing well. In 2009 2009 the CSPI also sued Coca-Cola for what it said were deceptive promises about its Vitaminwater.Of these surgeries, kids get special medicine that makes them fall asleep and ensures that they don’t really feel any pain while the operation has been done. Usually, neither procedure requires stitches. The cut areas will heal on their own. It takes a while, though. After surgery, a kid could have a sore throat and will need to eat soft foods for a while. Most kids are feeling back again to normal in less than a week. And do they miss their adenoids? Not just one bit!
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