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This undated image provided by Coca-Cola shows a new soda vending machine the company announced Monday, Oct. 8, 2012, that they plan to roll out. The new vending machines are a response to the intensifying criticism over sugary sodas and will let customers see the calorie counts on selection buttons, and will urge consumers to choose less sugary alternatives with messages such as "Try a Low-Calorie Beverage." (AP Photo/Coca-Cola )

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This undated image provided by Coca-Cola shows a new soda vending machine the company announced Monday, Oct. 8, 2012, that they plan to roll out. The new vending machines are a response to the intensifying criticism over sugary sodas and will let customers see the calorie counts on selection buttons, and will urge consumers to choose less sugary alternatives with messages such as "Try a Low-Calorie Beverage." (AP Photo/Coca-Cola )
This undated image provided by Coca-Cola shows a new soda vending machine the company announced Monday, Oct. 8, 2012, that they plan to roll out. The new vending machines are a response to the intensifying criticism over sugary sodas and will let customers see the calorie counts on selection buttons, and will urge consumers to choose less sugary alternatives with messages such as "Try a Low-Calorie Beverage." (AP Photo/Coca-Cola )
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