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Why a Soda Tax Matters

Over the last several years, there have been over 30 proposed taxes on sugary beverages.  Sugary drinks (such as soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks) are the single… 802 more words

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The Right to Drink Poorly on the Cheap

You don’t have to be a Veggie-Paleo-South Beach booster to know that drinking popular sugary drinks is awful for your body in just about every way you can think of.   1,190 more words

Politics

Beverage Industry Pours Money Into Campaign To Defeat Berkeley Soda Tax Ballot Measure

BERKELEY (CBS SF) — The American Beverage Association has donated another half-million dollars to fight a Berkeley ballot measure that would tax sodas and other sugary drinks. 163 more words

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A look at the Beer Brewing Process - Just in time for the Rotronic 2014 International Sales Meeting

Beer brewing in general

There is no exact date, as to when the first beer was brewed but already at the beginning of the fifth millennium BC, people in southern Mesopotamia, in a region known as Sumer (modern Iraq), were brewing beer. 823 more words

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Putting the Scot in Scotch?

Alex Salmond is adamant that an independent Scotland is the way forward and that, with more control over the levers of the economy, the Food & beverage industry – including Whiskey distillers – would thrive. 272 more words

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