Thanksgiving Recipes

November 22, 2016

Thanksgiving is just a couple of days away and many people are already prepping for the big meal. Whether you are hosting a small gathering or a large…

History of Collaboration

November 9, 2016

The beverage industry has a long tradition of collaboration with our leaders on meaningful solutions to societal challenges. With the 2016 election behind…

Reflecting on President Lincoln’s Re-Election

November 8, 2016

On this day in 1864 President Abraham was re-elected President of the United States with 55 percent of the vote. He carried all but three states.
On that…

Beware of Personal Agendas

November 4, 2016

It is no secret there are special interests pushing taxes that single out certain items in the grocery cart under the guise of improved public health.…

An Ambitious Goal

November 1, 2016

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation and America's beverage companies recently announced that work has begun in the Mississippi Delta as part of the…

A Commitment in Alabama

October 17, 2016

Today, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and America’s beverage companies announced that work will begin in Montgomery and Lowndes Counties on…

Survey Finds That 70 Percent of Americans Prefer Education Over Restrictive Policies

October 11, 2016

A new survey from FoodMinds, a food and nutrition consulting company, found that an overwhelming 70 percent of those polled prefer education over restrictive…

Making a Difference in New Hampshire

October 6, 2016

In New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Public Health Association is fighting obesity by increasing access to fresh fruits and vegetables in communities that…

Who Really Pays The Price For Beverage Taxes?

October 4, 2016

Politicians proposing taxes on common grocery items must consider who will be harmed the most by higher prices. A University of Colorado student is speaking…

Why Are Food and Beverage Taxes Regressive?

September 30, 2016

You’ve probably heard it said before – taxes on foods and beverages are regressive. But what does that really mean? Let’s break it down.
The Oxford…