Andhra Pradesh Bans Coke, Pepsi
The Tribune, Chandigarh
August 7, 2006

Hyderabad: The Andhra Pradesh Government has decided to direct the government educational institutions not to allow the sale of soft drinks in their premises. Finance and Health Minister K Rosaiah, who discussed the issue regarding the levels of pesticides residues in soft drinks with the officials concerned, had directed them to collect random samples in all 23 districts in the state and send them to the Central Food Technology and Research Laboratory, Mysore, for analysing the quantum of pesticides, the release added.

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