The British Soft Drinks Association also claimed a tax would not work and called on doctors to look at overall diet.
What does BSDA stand for?
BSDA stands for British Soft Drinks Association
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We have 33 other meanings of BSDA in our Acronym Attic
- Business Support Department
- Business Systems Design
- The British Society for Dermatopathology
- With Heaven's Help (Aramaic - B'Siyata D'sh'maya)
- Basic Service Demat Account (stocks)
- Bi-State Development Agency (transit agency for St. Louis, MO)
- Black Seventh-day Adventist (forum)
- Border Stick Dressers Association (UK)
- Bordereau de Suivi des Déchets d'Amiante (French: Monitoring of Asbestos Waste Slip)
- British Sheep Dairying Association (Kent, England)
- Buddhism and Society Development Association (Kampong Cham, Cambodia)
- Bureau Sénégalais du Droit d'Auteur (French: Senegalese Copyright Bureau; Senegal)
- Bankers and Securities Dealers Association of Iceland
- Bošnjacka Stranka Demokratske Akcije Kosova (Bosniak Party of Democratic Action of Kosovo)
- Bachelor of Science in Digital Arts and Sciences (University of Florida)
- Bristol Specialist Drug and Alcohol Service (UK)
- Behaviour Support Development and Advisory Team (UK)
- Base Structure Data Base (now Department of the Navy BRAC Information Transfer System, DONBITS)
- Borderline Sleep Disordered Breathing
- British Society for Developmental Biology (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The director general of the British Soft Drinks Association, Gavin Partington, said: "Obesity is a serious and complex problem, but a tax on soft drinks, which contribute just 2% of the total calories in the average diet, will not help address it.
Richard Laming Media Director, British Soft Drinks Association, London
British Soft Drinks Association report 2010 Contact Calypso Soft Drinks on tel 01978 668400 www.
RICHARD LAMING, media director, British Soft Drinks Association, 20-22 Stukeley Street, London WC2B 5LR.
The 13 teachers, from schools and colleges including Henley College, Finham Park and Sidney Stringer schools, were test-driving a new enterprise education resource for schools launched by the British Soft Drinks Association.