WASHINGTON - American Beverage Association members including The Coca-Cola Co., Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, PepsiCo, Nestle Waters North America and others, will put calorie information on the front of their non-alcoholic beverage packages, vending machines and fountain machines. Total calorie counts will be displayed on the front of labels, up to and including 20-ounce products. A 12-ounce serving size will be used in displaying calories for multi-serve beverage packages (such as 2-liter ...

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