Coca-Cola has spent $1.7 million funding Australian health groups over five years


Coca-Cola has just revealed it spent at least 1.7 million dollars funding Australian health groups over the last five years. It is likely to be more than that, as some groups seem to be missing from Coca-Cola’s list, including the NSW Institute of Sports.

Sydney Morning Herald: Coca-Cola Has Spent $1.7 Million Funding Australian Health Groups Over Five Years

Here’s a good question, via That Sugar Film. Do we want Coca-Cola money funding sports, health and wellbeing, when it is so bad for our health?

Should youth organizations be funded by Coca-Cola, in the middle of a childhood obesity epidemic?

Would we allow cigarette companies to do the same thing?


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