June 13th, 2012
10:00 PM ET

Fmr. Coca Cola exec. joins the war on soda: Obesity "was not on our radar"

Mayor Michael Bloomberg may be at it again. His team of health experts is urging him to nix "SUPER SIZED" snacks, including those tubs of buttery popcorn we all love at the movies. That's on top of his controversial move to ban big containers of soda and other sugary drinks.

Todd Putman, former top marketing executive for Coca-Cola, says Bloomberg's on the right track and his former company shares the blame for our country's obesity problem.

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  1. Jason Davenport

    When are you going to address the "Energy" drink industry...What goes up MUST come DOWN...Lot's of folks are destroying their health with this garbage.... The mental health issues that will be hitting this country because of this poison is HUGE compared to the Drug and Soda problems this country faces....

    June 14, 2012 at 12:58 pm | Reply

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