ME: Coca-Cola 'substantial factor' in woman's death
February 13, 2013 -- A coroner in New Zealand says Coca-Cola was a 'substantial factor' in the death of a 31-year-old woman.
Natasha Harris drank about 2 gallons a day, according to the coroner. A final report issued by the coroner says that likely led to 'metabolic imbalances' that gave rise to her heart problems.
Coca-Cola said in a statement that it was disappointed the coroner chose to focus on that saying 'the evidence showed the experts could not agree on the most likely cause.'
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