Beverages - Soft Drinks

RECENT NEWS
Yahoo  Jun 23  Comment 
San Francisco is to have a second chance to vote on whether to tax soda after city officials this week added the measure to a November ballot that could expand the hotly-debated levy deeper into the Bay Area. A vote in favor of a San Francisco...
Benzinga  Jun 21  Comment 
The soft drink industry could soon fall under heavy pressure from lawmakers who seek to impose taxes on sugary drinks linked to a number of health issues. The regulatory headwinds facing big-name soda companies like The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE: KO),...
newratings.com  Jun 21  Comment 
WASHINGTON (dpa-AFX) - Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney on Monday signed the city's 1.5 cents per ounce tax on both regular and diet soda beverages. The move, after two previous failed attempts, is aimed to help fund the expansion...
guardian.co.uk  Jun 20  Comment 
Pitching the tax as a healthly initiative failed, because Americans don’t like being told what to do – but recasting it as a budget issue was more palatable There seems to be some truth in the old saying that the third time’s the charm, at...
Forbes  Jun 19  Comment 
Philadelphia has passed a soda tax, but pigouvian tax fans should not celebrate: they are taxing diet soda too. This has lead to some defenses taxing diet soda as well, but the idea that this is justified by the evidence are pure junk science.
TheStreet.com  Jun 17  Comment 
Lawmakers elsewhere may be licking their chops at the chance to tax sugary soda after a major tax win in Philadelphia, but their efforts may not deal a huge blow to the bottom lines of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo  . The Philadelphia City...
Benzinga  Jun 15  Comment 
Monster Beverage Corporation (NASDAQ: MNST) CEO Rodney Sacks didn't shy away from positioning his company's new carbonated soda line, Mutant, as a direct competitor to PepsiCo, Inc (NYSE: PEP)'s Mountain Dew, according to CLSA Americas...
NPR  Jun 15  Comment 
Philadelphia's City Council on Thursday will vote on a 1.5 cents-per-ounce tax on sugary beverages, as well as on diet sodas. Big Soda is spending big bucks on ads to sway public opinion against it.
Forbes  Jun 13  Comment 
PepsiCo is mostly associated with carbonated soft drinks, mainly because of its namesake soda brand Pepsi, and other strong soda brands such as Mountain Dew and Diet Pepsi. However, more than half the revenue for the company comes from its snacks...




 

This industry include companies that produce carbonated non-alcholic beverages (Soft Drinks). Many of these companies also bottle water as well.

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