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The video—how much do these things cost?—argues that the company is producing lower-calorie products in smaller sizes and promoting community activity, that all calories count, and that it’s up to you to fit Coke into your healthy active lifestyle.
If Coke really wanted to help prevent obesity, it would STOP:
Instead, it’s doing all these things, but not talking about them in videos.
The company is supposed to be releasing a second video tonight, explaining how to work off the “140 happy calories” in a soda by dog-walking, dancing, or laughing. If only.
I can’t wait.
Addition, January 18: Someone who calls himself John Pemberton has gone to the trouble of presenting the 2-minute commercial with a somewhat different narrative—the real story about Coca-Cola and obesity. If that link doesn’t work, try this one.