March 2006


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Natalia Fajardo <[log in to unmask]>
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Natalia Fajardo <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 14 Mar 2006 15:44:46 -0500
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Hi all,

as we get ready to deliver our 5 min. presentation, we need to be 
prepare to defend our points. please read the following about coke in 
india, then visit Coke's website, watch the videos, and see what they 

India resource center:



Coca-Cola: Poisoning Water, Land and People

In the last two weeks, the Coca-Cola company has come under scrutiny 
once again for selling harmful products - this time, with high levels 
of benzene, a cancer causing chemical. The company's products are being 
investigated all across the world, including the US, UK, China and 
Australia.   For the public in India, the news that Coca-Cola is once 
again associated with dangerous practices hardly comes as a surprise. 
In India, Coca-Cola has earned the unenviable reputation of 
"toxic-cola" as a result of its practices in India.

Coca-Cola: Envenena el Agua, la Tierra y la Gente

Durante las últimas dos semanas, la compañía Coca-Cola ha estado una 
vez más bajo escrutinio por vender productos dañinos - esta vez, con 
niveles altos de benceno, una sustancia química que produce cáncer. Los 
productos de esta compañía están siendo investigados en todo el mundo, 
incluyendo los Estados Unidos, el Reino Unido, China y Australia.   
Para el público en India, la noticia de que Coca-Cola una vez más está 
relacionada con prácticas peligrosas no llega de sorpresa. En este 
país, Coca-Cola se ha ganado la poco envidiable reputación de llamarse 
"toxic-cola", como resultado de sus malas prácticas.

TAKE ACTION: Protest Coca-Cola's Crimes in India!

In the News
Pepsi Bottling Plant in Vizag Told Not to Use Groundwater
High Cadmium Levels Found in 8 Soft Drink Plants
India Nuke Deal Worth 'Billions'
Coca-Cola Blamed For India's Water Problems
Protests at Coca Cola Sponsorship of World Water Forum
Indefinite Protest Against Coca-Cola from March 23

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