BSDA

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AcronymDefinition
BSDABsd Associate
BSDABritish Soft Drinks Association
BSDABi-State Development Agency (transit agency for St. Louis, MO)
BSDABureau Sénégalais du Droit d'Auteur (French: Senegalese Copyright Bureau; Senegal)
BSDABordereau de Suivi des Déchets d'Amiante (French: Monitoring of Asbestos Waste Slip)
BSDABritish Sheep Dairying Association (Kent, England)
BSDABorder Stick Dressers Association (UK)
BSDABuddhism and Society Development Association (Kampong Cham, Cambodia)
BSDABlack Seventh-day Adventist (forum)
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Former Tory candidate Ruxton has also chaired a panel event for the British Soft Drinks Association and expressed doubts over the introduction of a sugar tax.
DRINKS CHIEFS' BITTER BLOW BRITISH Soft Drinks Association director general Gavin Partington said: "We are extremely disappointed by the Government's decision to hit the only category in the food and drink sector which has consistently reduced sugar intake in recent years - down 13.
But British Soft Drinks Association director general Gavin Partington insisted: "We are taking practical steps to help consumers, through reformulation, smaller portions and increased promotion of low and no-calorie options.
Gavin Partington of the British Soft Drinks Association, said: "Energy drinks are not recommended for children.
Gavin Partington, British Soft Drinks Association director general, said trying to blame one set of products for the "complex" problem of obesity was "misguided.
The British Soft Drinks Association said that high-caffeine energy drinks containing more than 150g of caffeine per litre were not recommended for children.
The British Soft Drinks Association, which counts Red Bull and other energy drink companies as members, backed Mr Slough's campaign.
The British Soft Drinks Association says that consumption of soft drinks containing added sugar has fallen by 9 percent over the last 10 years, while the incidence of obesity has risen by 15 percent.
The British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA) said it recognised its role in the fight against obesity but stressed that sugar-sweetened drinks accounted for only 2 per cent of calories in the average diet.
The British Soft Drinks Association (BDSA) said its code of conduct explicitly stated that highcaffeine-content soft drinks were not suitable for children.
This has created a 22% energy savings, according to the 2010 sustainability report from the British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA).
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