The three largest soda companies—Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and the Dr Pepper Snapple Group—have agreed to work together to sell fewer calories to American consumers, and market healthier drinks to Americans, the New York Times reports.

“This is huge,” Bill Clinton said about the initiative. The companies aim to reduce each American’s calorie consumption in sugary drinks by 20% on average by 2025.

How, exactly, do the big three plan to do this? According to the NYT,

“They will expand the presence of low- and no-calorie drinks, as well as drinks sold in smaller portions, and use their promotional skills to educate and encourage consumers to reduce the calories they are drinking.”

Now this is what we call using your power to enact real, positive change. Slow clap.

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