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Thread: Pepsis Use of Aborted Fetal Cells in Soft Drinks Constitutes Ordinary Business Operations

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    The article is a little misleading, as the foetal cells aent actually used to make the drink. The cells originated from the kidney of an aborted foetus in the 70s and are used in a lab to test flavour compounds, they aren't part of the manufacturing process.

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    I see Dr. Pepper has a 10 calorie product now. Maybe there is a high protein, low calorie connection?

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