Does Some Dietary Advice Hurt Us More Than It Helps Us?

December 3, 2015

A University of California professor is questioning whether the federal government’s dietary advice has hurt Americans more than it’s helped them.
The…

The Beverage Industry Leading In Innovation and Sustainability

December 2, 2015

World leaders are meeting in Paris to try and get the public and private sector to take steps aimed at increasing renewable energy and reducing carbon…

United Nations Conference On Climate Change Kicks Off Today

November 30, 2015

World leaders are gathering in Paris this week to discuss a new international agreement on limiting greenhouse gases. Joining them are leaders from industry…

Maintaining Balance During Holiday Travel

November 25, 2015

This holiday season, many Americans will travel over the river and through the woods to visit friends and family. Whether your travel involves a plane…

Small-Businesses Feel Pressure After Regressive Tax Takes Hold

November 23, 2015

Just last week, we here at Sip & Savor blogged about the high praise activists are heaping on the Berkeley soda tax, but according to an article by the…

Cutting through the Smoke and Mirrors

November 19, 2015

There is no concrete evidence that the soda tax implemented last year in Berkeley, Calif. has reduced soda consumption, yet activists are disingenuously…

Obesity Rises as Soda Calories Decline

November 17, 2015

There has been much chatter about statistics from the federal government revealing that obesity rates have risen in the United States in recent years. …

Balancing While Still Enjoying the Holidays

November 16, 2015

As our calendars start filling with holiday parties, it’s a good idea to start thinking about how to maintain your balance while enjoying the special…

America’s Beverage Companies Celebrate America Recycles Day as Leaders on Environmental Sustainability

November 13, 2015

This Sunday is America Recycles Day and as leaders in helping protect our planet, America’s beverage companies are proud to announce that they have been…

Federal Health Survey Shows Soda Isn’t Driving Obesity Rates

November 12, 2015

Today, The New York Times published a story that shows clearly and scientifically that beverages are not the driving factor behind rising obesity rates…