LONDON -- Food retailers in Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands are moving to rebuild their sales of Coca-Cola after the health scare that erupted last month. Problems started after several hundred people in Belgium and France reported feeling ill after drinking Coke. The news set off a domino effect throughout continental Europe, leading to product withdrawals in the Netherlands and Luxembourg (which also are supplied by Belgian and French plants). Concerns about Coke's products ...

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