Latest Soft drink Stories
Cap and Trade Policy for Added Sugars Shown a Promising Strategy to Reduce Consumption, Improve Health BOSTON, Nov.
Topical research study “Caustic Soda: 2014 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2018” drawn up by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd is now available at mcgroup.co.uk.
Water Filtration Brand Builds a City Of Sugar Cubes in Television Ad, Launches Public Exhibit to Dramatize Impact of Beverage Choices OAKLAND, Calif., Oct.
Teenagers who were exposed to signs informing them of the distance they would need to walk to burn off the calories in a sugary drink are less likely to purchase those beverages, according to research published online Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health.
Some consumers see energy drinks as a sugary alternative to a cup of coffee, but new research from the World Health Organization has found that the drinks could pose a significant health risk to the general public.
Three friends in Guilford, Conn., all fathers, have pooled their resources to develop trimino™, a sugar-free protein infused water – a healthy alternative to sugary soft drinks.
Studying rats as model subjects, scientists found that adolescents were at an increased risk of suffering negative health effects from sugar-sweetened beverage consumption.
BERKELEY, Calif., Oct.
Effort might help reduce tooth decay CHICAGO, Sept.
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