A nonprofit founded to combat obesity has disbanded following revelations that Coca-Cola Co. officials played key roles in the group, which it also funded. Emails showed the world’s largest beverage maker was instrumental in shaping the Global Energy Balance Network, which is led by a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Coke helped pick the group’s leaders, edited its mission statement and suggested articles and videos for its website.
A nonprofit founded to combat obesity has disbanded following revelations that Coca-Cola Co. officials played key roles in the group, which it also funded. Emails showed the world’s largest beverage maker was instrumental in shaping the Global Energy Balance Network, which is led by a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Coke helped pick the group’s leaders, edited its mission statement and suggested articles and videos for its website. Associated Press
A nonprofit founded to combat obesity has disbanded following revelations that Coca-Cola Co. officials played key roles in the group, which it also funded. Emails showed the world’s largest beverage maker was instrumental in shaping the Global Energy Balance Network, which is led by a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Coke helped pick the group’s leaders, edited its mission statement and suggested articles and videos for its website. Associated Press

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May 12, 2016 5:57 PM

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