Association whose members are producers, marketers and distributors of non-alcoholic beverages.
William Ball President
Jim Finkelstein Executive Vice President
Patricia Vaughan Secratary
Denise Burke ?
WASHINGTON — America’s non-alcoholic beverage industry applauds First LadyMichelle Obama’s common-sense efforts to strengthen school wellness policies, including support for aligning food and beverage signage in schools to reflect what is allowed under U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) regulations.
“Mrs. Obama’s efforts to continue to strengthen school wellness make sense for the well-being of our schoolchildren,” said ABA President and CEO Susan Neely. “Our industry …
WASHINGTON — The following is being released by the American Beverage Association:
Nearly two-thirds of Americans oppose additional taxes on soft drinks and about 75 percent oppose limiting the types or amounts of food and drinks people can buy, according to a number of recent independent public polls.
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WASHINGTON — In response to “Added Sugar Intake and Cardiovascular Diseases Mortality Among US Adults,” a paper published today in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, the American Beverage Association issued the following statement:
“This study shows that adult consumption of added sugars has actually declined, as recently reported by the CDC. A significant part of that reduction is from decreased added sugars from beverages …
WASHINGTON — On America Recycles Day, the non-alcoholic beverage industry reaffirms its longstanding commitment to further minimizing its environmental impact, and is making it easier for consumers to do the same.
“From our 100 percent recyclable packaging to our efforts to minimize waste and support recycling programs, our industry is leading the way and doing our part to reduce our environmental impact,” said Susan Neely, …