The Associated Press reports that the nation’s largest beverage distributors have agreed to stop almost all soda sales in schools, according to an agreement announced by the William J. Clinton foundation. Under the agreement, distributors would only sell low-fat milks, unsweetened juice, and water in elementary and middle schools. In high schools, the distributors would only sell diet sodas. Cadbury Schweppes PLC, Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo Inc., and the American Beverage Association have all signed onto the deal. This deal is on the back of a spate of recent regulation aiming to eliminate soda sales in the nation’s schools by both state legislatures and school districts. Soda has been a particular health target of late because of its calorie content, lack of nutrition, and popularity among children…