The ABCs of School Lunch

October 12, 2010

Our nation's schools are learning environments for much more than reading, writing and arithmetic.  We know that schools can play a meaningful role in…

Government Knows Best?

October 7, 2010

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), more commonly known as Food Stamps, has been called America’s single most important program in…

Continued Leadership

October 6, 2010

The beverage industry has taken and continues to take bold action to help address the complex public health issue of obesity.  Our member companies have…

Give Me a Break

September 29, 2010

Hard-working families are holding their own in this tough economy, but they can't afford higher grocery prices. That's why when we hear that some lawmakers…

More Evidence that Soda Taxes Are Not the Solution to Obesity Challenge

September 28, 2010

For quite some time, we at Sip & Savor have shared our viewpoint on soda taxes, why they are nothing more than a money grab and, importantly, why they…

It's Campaign Season

September 14, 2010

Today is Primary Election Day in several places across the country, including the District of Columbia, New York and Massachusetts. This is only an early…

New Taxes? Now?

August 31, 2010

We've shared with you the statistics.  And we're sure you've heard that unemployment is the reality for far too many Americans.  The economy is showing…

Beverage Options in a New School Year

August 30, 2010

In many communities across the country, school is now back in session.  So, we thought we'd take this time to remind our readers about our industry's…

Absurdity at Its Finest

August 27, 2010

Here at Sip & Savor, we've pointed out how taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages are ineffective and discriminatory.  And they are a particularly bad idea…

Inventors' Row: Edison, Bell, Ford, Durand

August 25, 2010

Durand?
Yes, Peter Durand.
Two hundred years ago today, King George III awarded Englishman Peter Durand a patent for preserving food in tinplate vessels…