Taxes Won’t Make People Healthier, Just Poorer

July 6, 2017

Even as real-world evidence shows that beverage taxes do not make people healthier, tax proponents like former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg continue…

Overtaxed in Cook County

July 5, 2017

Last November the county commissioners of Cook County, Ill., passed a penny-per-ounce tax on beverages like teas, juice drinks, sports drinks and flavored…

Promoting Solutions Around the Globe

June 22, 2017

Here at Sip & Savor, we often talk about our Balance Calorie Initiative because we’re excited to tell the story of what’s happening in the marketplace…

Soda Tax Health Claims are Unfounded

June 21, 2017

Many public health activists and lawmakers often tout that taxes on common grocery items like beverages will be the silver bullet that will solve the complex…

No Upside to Job-Killing Taxes

June 20, 2017

It was recently reported that the 1.5 cents-per-ounce beverage tax in Philadelphia is now $20 million short of its $46 million goal for the 2017 fiscal…

The Wrong Approach for Cook County

June 19, 2017

Residents of Cook County, Ill., are bracing for the implementation of a beverage tax that is set to take effect next month.

Better Way Solutions  

June 16, 2017

New research shows providing individuals with more access to foods and beverages that support their goals for a balanced lifestyle is more effective…

Berkeley Tax “Not Delivering on Its Promise”

June 15, 2017

As we learn more about the impact of Berkeley beverage tax the results are grim.

The Philly Beverage Tax Facing Major Shortfall

June 13, 2017

Since the implementation of a 1.5 cents-per-ounce beverage tax in Philadelphia, the tax has brought job loss, harm to local businesses and unfulfilled…

False Promises

June 12, 2017

Beverage taxes are peddled by politicians promising everything from improved public health to revenue to fund programs. But the one thing they have in…