Jun 27, 2011 ... AdAge recently reported on American per capita beverage consumption for 2010.
Perhaps it comes as no surprise that carbonated soft drinks ...
But do you know exactly how much soda pop you gulp in one year? ... The study
shows that Americans drink an average of 1.6 cans of soda pop every day. That
might ... Compare this to an average of 113 pounds of sugars per person in 1966.
Aug 14, 2014 ... ... American adults across 18 states finds 17 percent drinking at least one sugary
soda per day, ... "I think most people still don't realize just how much sugar is
found in these ... "I often do a demonstration and physically show people what 10
to 20 ... But where is soda and fruit drink consumption the ...
Jul 23, 2012 ... The latest results are from Gallup's annual Consumption Habits poll, ... Health
experts say even one glass of sugary soda per day is too much. ... Americans are
drinking larger cups or stronger coffee than they did in the past.
Feb 5, 2013 ... The soda controversy continues to bubble up, with the American ... Leaders
Person of the Year 2015 Top of the World A Year In Space ... Japan drinks 34
liters per capita, compared to 165 liters per capita ... In the United States, soda is
our most consumed beverage; we drink almost twice as much as we do ...
Mar 11, 2013 ... Average American drinks 58 gallons of water per year; Bottled water may be the
... Americans now drink an average of 44 gallons of soda a year, a 17 ... (It's
difficult to track how much tap water people drink and how much is used for ... "
Good old marketing has convinced people that they should spend a lot ...
Jun 27, 2011 ... Can people legitimately drink that much soda? .... here. at 45 Gallons per year,
that works out to being a mere 16 oz of soda a day (considering ...
Carbonated soft drinks are the most consumed beverage in the United States
with the average American drinking as much as 44.7 gallons each year, as
reported by the Huffington Post. The. ... How many calories does a person need
Oct 4, 2015 ... largest change in the American diet in the last decade. ... The annual event,
hosted by the trade magazine Beverage Digest, featured speakers from the three
... He described a “secular decline in carbonated soft drinks.” .... “We don't do
much with campaigns to decrease soda,” said John Weidman, the ...
But the truth is, most Americans are consuming way too much — on average,
nearly 66 pounds of added sugar per person, every year. ... much added sugar
from soda and sports drinks overloads critical organs, which can lead to diseases