Soda poppery: the history of soft drinks in America : with recipes for making & using soft drinks plus easy science experiments
Presents the history of soft drinks in America, from mineral water to caffeine-free diet soda, and provides recipes and experiments for making and using soft drinks.
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The BrandName Soft Drinks and How They
The SoftDrink Wars
The Present and Future of Soft Drinks
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