On Earth Day and every day, American Beverage Association members demonstrate their longstanding commitment to our environment through ongoing efforts to further reduce their environmental impact.
Our industry agrees that underage and binge drinking are serious public health problems. However, they will not be addressed by focusing on non-alcoholic beverages...
4-MEI is not a threat to human health. There is no evidence that 4-MEI causes cancer in humans. No health regulatory agency around the globe, including the Food and Drug Administration, has said that 4-MEI is a human carcinogen.
This literature review does nothing more than perpetuate misinformation about energy drinks, their ingredients and the regulatory process.
There is no scientific evidence to support the idea that diet soda uniquely causes increased risk of vascular events or stroke.
Consumers across America are seeing new calorie labels on the front of their favorite beverages, as America's leading non-alcoholic beverage companies bring the Clear on Calories initiative to stores.
We applaud the Grocery Manufacturers Association and Food Marketing Institute for taking this important step to further educate consumers with its Nutrition Keys initiative.
The American Beverage Association (ABA) today commends President Barack Obama for signing into law the "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act," a bill that will provide necessary funding to federal child nutrition programs.
The American Beverage Association (ABA) today commends Congress for passage of the "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act," a bill that will provide necessary funding to federal child nutrition programs.
The authors of this paper allege an association between energy drink consumption and other consumption patterns but, importantly, demonstrating association is not the same as establishing causation.