By working to reduce beverage calories in the American diet, America’s beverage companies are supporting your efforts to achieve balance! Learn more at BalanceUS.org.
We are carefully designing our plastic bottles to be 100% recyclable – even the caps. Our plan is for every bottle to become a new bottle, so we’re using less new plastic. Learn more at EveryBottleBack.com
When it comes to reducing the sugar in your family’s diet, Coca-Cola, Dr Pepper and Pepsi hear you. They’re working together to bring you more choices with less sugar, and in smaller portion sizes.
#TBT A year ago we told you about research that reaffirmed that sweeteners don’t have any effect on blood sugar. Check out that story here:https://www.ameribev.org/education-resources/blog/post/research-finds-sweeteners-don-t-affect-blood-sugar/
People using SNAP benefits make the same food-buying decisions as we all do. Allowing government to designate foods as “good” and “bad” would create a food code more complicated and arbitrary than the tax code.
It has never been easier to think balance. Learn more about how America’s leading beverage companies are working together at balanceus.org
Any questions? See how we did it here: https://www.balanceus.org/industry-efforts/removing-calories-from-schools/
The beverage industry is proud to support and be a part of communities across the country.
Kansas’ beverage companies have a history of working with local partners to build stronger communities because we live and work here too.
Calorie information shouldn’t be difficult to find or decipher. That’s why America’s beverage companies are placing it up front on every can, bottle and pack produced.