A detail of a can of Coca-Cola is seen in London, Britain March 16, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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Coke said Thursday that it spent more on health research and partnerships than it previously disclosed as part of its push to be more transparent.The world's biggest beverage company first disclosed its spending on health-related efforts after coming under fire for its funding of the Global Energy Balance Network, a group that said its mission was to fight obesity. The $1 million Coca-Cola gave to the University of Colorado for the establishment of Global Energy Balance Network has since been returned.That money has not been returned, according to Coke's website.
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