I still do. And by the way if you want to be a *****, you claimed you were "in the industry", alluding to being at the thick end of the commercial arm of the soft drink industry, then you changed tack and said you were in health education. Which is a rather stark difference and frankly more alarming IMHO. There is a reason why shop shelves are full of reduced sugar drinks now, it's because people are buying them, do you think the average Dave gives a toss if he's drinking sugar or aspartame as long it "tastes sweet" and is the same price as "coke used to be". If they weren't in demand they wouldn't be sold. Likewise, have you noticed how hard it is to find full sugar drinks now? You literally have to search them out. If makers of full sugar drinks were made to put pictures on the cans of diabetic foot ulcers I'm pretty sure their sales would go down even more, but I'm sure you're going to tell me the otherwise Anyway, as has been noted you're being contrarian and arguing black is white for the sake of it. Cheerio .