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In an effort to combat child obesity, about 35 million students in the United States will no longer be able to buy regular soft drinks at school.
Major beverage distributors and anti-obesity advocates have reached a deal, brokered by the William J. Clinton Foundation, to restrict the selection in vending machines.
Only water, juice and low-fat milks will be sold in elementary and middle schools.
In high schools, diet soda will still be sold, as will unsweetened teas, sports drinks and flavoured water.