Derecho 2013

June 13, 2013

With some parts of the country experiencing severe weather known as Derecho, we wanted to take a minute to remind our readers to take the steps necessary…

Soda, Pop or Soft Drinks?

June 12, 2013

We here at Sip & Savor recently saw an online survey demonstrating how Americans in different regions of the country often use different words to describe…

A Look Back – And Forward

June 11, 2013

Just three short months ago, a New York Supreme Court Judge struck down the New York City Board of Health’s proposal to ban sugar-sweetened beverages…

We Provide Jobs

June 7, 2013

This morning, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 175,000 jobs were created last month. You might be interested to…

More NYC Scare Tactics

June 6, 2013

Recently, the New York City Health Department released a new round of ads that bash certain beverages, like juice drinks and sports drinks. What has us…

By The Numbers

June 3, 2013

Using sugar as a scapegoat for obesity is not a new tactic. But as a recent Well blog in the New York Times states “simply focusing on sugar will do…

Stay Hydrated This Weekend!

May 31, 2013

With Memorial Day week coming to an end, it’s time to embrace the summer months and all that comes along with them.  Whether you are biking, running…

Working Together Works

May 30, 2013

This morning, the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF) announced that America’s top food and beverage companies have exceeded their goal to reduce…

Beverage Tax Fails in Committee

May 23, 2013

There have been many attempts around the country to pass beverage taxes. So far, none have succeeded.
In California, an effort to pass a tax on more than…

Worth A Read: The Michael Bloomberg Nanny State In New York

May 21, 2013

Nearly one year ago, Mayor Michael Bloomberg proposed banning the sale of soft drinks larger than 16 ounces in New York City.  Not only has that unpopular…