More Choices, New Year

January 2, 2014

We hope you had a great holiday week!
We want to take this time to remind you that our member companies are delivering more choices, smaller portions and…

Happy Boxing Day!

December 26, 2013

The “most wonderful time of the year” continues today with a holiday that once involved employers giving their servants and tradesmen the day off.…

Soda Taxes Are Not The Solution

December 20, 2013

You might have read a recent column by anti-soda activists Harold Goldstein and Jeffrey Ritterman that praises efforts to tax soft drinks.  These two…

Public-Private Partnership: Drink Up!

December 18, 2013

This afternoon, we will participate in a Twitter chat about Drink Up! – an initiative from First Lady Michelle Obama and the Partnership for a Healthier…

Facts Versus Emotion

December 11, 2013

George Bernard Shaw once said, “Science is always wrong. It never solves a problem without creating ten more.”  No one laughs harder at that joke…

Food And Beverage Industry Accounts For 10 Percent Of Job Growth In November

December 9, 2013

Every month, the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) releases its monthly report on job creation. Recently FoodandBeveragePeople.com released…

Stay Hydrated This Holiday Season

December 6, 2013

We here at Sip & Savor know that you have a lot to think about this time of year – balancing work, holiday functions, travel, shopping and making time…

Linnekin: Pouring Cold Water On San Francisco’s Proposed Soda Tax

December 3, 2013

We recently read a column on Reason.com written by Keep Food Legal Executive Director Baylen Linnekin that we thought was worth sharing.  In his piece…

Soda Taxes Aren’t The Solution

December 2, 2013

You’ve heard from us here at Sip & Savor many times about why soda taxes aren’t a real solution to obesity.  And we’ve also shared points of view…

Traveling This Thanksgiving

November 27, 2013

Are you ready to get on the road to see family and friends?  Thanksgiving is tomorrow!
According to a recent USA Today article, the number of people forecasted…