Soda consumption hits 31-year low in America last year: New figures reveal people are turning to trendy sugar-free drinks like bottled coffee and seltzer



Soda consumption in the United States fell to a 31-year low in 2016, new figures reveal. 
Sale of carbonated soft drinks dipped 0.8 percent last year, according to research from Beverage-Digest.
And it's not just sodas that are taking a hit. Data show sale of fruit juices, sugary drinks, and even diet beverages are at an all-time low.
These low numbers come as obesity in America has spiked, and more information has entered the market about the health risks related to the sugar-packed drinks.
Instead of reaching for a soda, data shows people are drinking trendy sugar-free drinks like... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Health, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail
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