On the very same day last week, two major consumer packaged goods companies announced they would be introducing reduced-sugar products to the marketplace. The Coca-Cola Co. will roll out C2, a cola with half the sugar, calories and carbs as regular Coke, while Kellogg's will be offering Frosted Flakes and Froot Loops with one-third less sugar than their original versions. It should be mentioned that these announcements come a few weeks after PepsiCo announced it will introduce Pepsi Edge, ...

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