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June in pictures: Soda wars, ethical sourcing, open innovation and the rise and rise of gluten-free

By Elaine Watson , 02-Jul-2012
Last updated on 02-Jul-2012 at 11:42 GMT2012-07-02T11:42:04Z

With the row over Mayor Bloomberg’s soda ban intensifying, major investments in innovation from Tate & Lyle and BASF, business updates from Sara Lee and Kraft and the passing of the farm bill, June was an action-packed month in food and drink.

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