This Year in History: USDA Turns 150

March 2, 2012

This year, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) reaches its 150th year of policy-making for food and natural resource issues. The USDA has…

New Data Brief Shows Decline in Added Sugars Consumption

March 1, 2012

Yesterday, the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a data brief on the consumption…

Baltimore is Back at It

February 28, 2012

You might have read in the news recently about the proposal in Baltimore City that would not only expand the existing discriminatory beverage tax from…

When Cooperation is More Effective than Legislation

February 27, 2012

Our industry is committed to helping parents and students choose the beverage that’s right for them – especially during the school day. That’s why…

We’re All About Choices

February 24, 2012

If you’re a regular follower of Sip & Savor, you know we like to have options –what to do on the weekends, which sports teams to follow and so on.…

Happy Presidents’ Day!

February 20, 2012

We hope you are enjoying your Presidents’ Day today!
Did you know that this federal holiday officially began on George Washington’s Birthday?  That’s…

Making It Easier To Choose

February 15, 2012

Whatever your preference – flavors, portion sizes and a wide range of calories – we’re making it easier to choose the beverages that are right for…

Happy Anniversary, “Let’s Move!” and Clear on Calories!

February 9, 2012

First Lady Michelle Obama celebrates the two year anniversary of her “Let’s Move!” campaign today. And we have a little something special to celebrate…

No Surprise Here – Most Americans Oppose Soda Taxes

February 8, 2012

If you’ve read Sip & Savor before, you know a topic we are passionate about is soda taxes.  We’ve shared our position on them – they’re discriminatory;…

How Would You Spend $1.5 Billion?

February 7, 2012

If a politician in Washington, D.C. asked you how to spend $1.5 billion, what would you recommend? Keep in mind, it’s taxpayer money, so you can’t…