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Coca-Cola launches healthy-lifestyle initiative

By GERALDINE PANAPASA
Thursday, May 01, 2014

Update: 3:20PM COCA-Cola Amatil Fiji Limited has taken on a healthy-lifestyle approach by launching an initiative to educate and inspire Fijians to be physically active.

Company general manager Steven Jowell said the initiative would address the importance of balancing their energy intake as well as the foods and drinks consumed.

He said they would introduce more sugar-free products in the market as well as encouraging their workers to be physically healthy.

"This pledge is the first of its kind in Fiji and we hope it inspires other businesses and organisations to join us in contributing to an active, healthy and happy Fiji," he said at their main office in Laucala Beach this afternoon.








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