Jumping To Conclusions

October 29, 2015

Too often we’ve had to live through mistaken government advice on diet.  Now, scientists are coming forward to ask that dietary experts stop misleading…

Soda Taxes Are Not An Answer to Public Health

October 28, 2015

Some opinion-makers are saying that a national tax on sugar-sweetened beverages in Mexico is working and should be replicated in the United States as…

Balance Calories Canada Launches

October 27, 2015

We here at Sip & Savor talk a lot about our Balance Calories Initiative and it’s a no-brainer why - it is the single-largest voluntary effort by an…

DIY Halloween Costumes

October 23, 2015

Here at Sip & Savor, we are passionate about recycling and we also love holidays – so why not combine the two? Making your own Halloween costume can…

Busting Myths on Low- and No-Calorie Beverages

October 22, 2015

There’s a lot of myths out there about diet soda. Endocrinologist Hal Scofield has stepped up to expose one.
A study from the University of Illinois…

New Zealand Chooses Education Over Taxes

October 21, 2015

Foreign leaders are standing up and refusing to knuckle under the false claims being peddled by the food police.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key followed…

Expert Speaks Out On Why The WHO Sugar Guidelines Are Faulty

October 20, 2015

People have been consuming sugar and adding it to their food for over 5,000 years. Yet some in the news media and public health community claim that sugar…

Science & Soda Cans

October 16, 2015

The sound of a soda can cracking open is something many of us know well. But have you ever thought about the mechanics behind the can opening? We at Sip…

Bringing our Beverage Containers Full Circle

October 15, 2015

The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies has released a report detailing how consumer preferences are changing the way foods and beverages…

America’s Beverage Companies Responding To South Carolina Flood Relief

October 14, 2015

Over the past two weeks, South Carolina has been hit with historic rains and widespread flooding that have left 40,000 people without water.
Many people…