The US soft drinks industry says it has dramatically cut the number of high-calorie soft drinks sold in US schools as part of a drive to tackle obesity.
The American Beverage Association said shipments of full-calorie drinks to schools were down 95%.
Nearly one in three children and teenagers in the US are overweight or obese and health experts say sugary drinks are part of the problem.
Several US states and cities are considering taxing soft drinks.
The reduction in sugary soft drinks in schools formed part of a deal between the major companies and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a joint initiative of the American Heart Association and the Clinton Foundation.
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