Coca-Cola Drops Powerade's Controversial Ingredient

Brominated vegetable oil is linked to a flame retardant and not legal in Japan or the European Union.
0:27 | 05/05/14

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Coca-Cola is vowing to pressure and dropping a controversial ingredient from its power -- sports drink ingredient is Roman -- vegetable oil or BB OX linked to flame retardant it's not legal in Japan and Japan or the European Union. A sixteen year old Mississippi girl started a petition on change dot org that forced PepsiCo to take BVL out of Gatorade last year and now Coke is following suit.

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