There "shouldn't be any warnings" about the amount of sugar in soft drinks because they are "perfectly reasonable" as part of a balanced diet, according to Gavin Partington, Director General at British Soft Drinks Association.
"It is perfectly acceptable to have a can of soft drink if you want to as part of a balanced diet," Mr Partins said.
"60% of the products on the market are in the low and no sugar calorie version and that is a real real success story," he added.
Its invisible when you drink it, but a coalition of doctors and nutritionists says there is far too much sugar in soft drinks.
A recent study has found that ginger beer flavoured drinks 'contain the most sugar' compared to other fizzy drinks, including Coca Cola.