Bottled water ban ineffective, counterproductive, says study

Bottled water ban ineffective, counterproductive, says study

An examination of the ban at the University of Vermont finds counterproductive results.

A study of the bottled water ban at the University of Vermont found "per capita shipments of bottles, calories, sugars and added sugars increased significantly once bottled water was removed." Meanwhile, "shipments of healthy beverages declined significantly whereas shipments of less healthy beverages increased significantly. As bottled water sales dropped to zero, sales of sugar-fre

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