Talking Balance in Kentucky

September 8, 2017

While in Kentucky to celebrate the Kentucky Beverage Association’s 100th anniversary, American Beverage Association President and CEO Susan Neely sat down with local news outlet Spectrum News to discuss how America’s beverage companies are leading on solutions to serious challenges like childhood obesity.

In the Classroom

September 7, 2017

Across the world, kids of all ages are back at school. But in Europe, secondary school students and parents may notice something a little different.

Cook County Businesses Urge Repeal

September 6, 2017

Businesses in Cook County are feeling the effects of the beverage tax since it went into effect last month, and are urging for its repeal. Northern Public…

Philadelphia's Beverage Tax Continues to Flop

August 29, 2017

The Philadelphia beverage tax has missed the mark once again. According to an article from the Philadelphia Business Journal, beverage tax collections…

Beverage Tax Falls Short Pt. 2: Boulder, Colo.

August 28, 2017

City officials in Boulder, Colo., have announced that they are slashing projected revenue from the city’s beverage tax to half of what they originally estimated.

No August Recess for Balance Calories

August 24, 2017

August may be slow on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., but in communities across the country America’s beverage companies have been busy.

Disgruntled Cook County Residents Cross Borders to Avoid Beverage Tax

August 23, 2017

Cook County business owners continue to get hit hard by the penny-an-ounce beverage tax.

Laws of Economics at Work in Philly

August 22, 2017

A new study released today by Catalina, an independent market research firm, found that beverage sales inside the city of Philadelphia have dropped dramatically…

TBT: Transforming the Beverage Landscape in Schools

August 17, 2017

With the month of August and summer quickly coming to end, many families are preparing to head back to school.

WSJ Editorializes on 'Philadelphia's Soda Tax Bust'

August 14, 2017

The beverage tax imposed on Philadelphians continues to hurt working families, small businesses and workers and is producing significantly less revenue than promised.