Despite Changes to Federal Dietary Guidelines, the Rules of Healthy Eating Have Never Changed
Vilifying a nutrient -- from fat, cholesterol to sugar -- doesn't necessarily lead to a more balanced, healthful diet. Instead, it often has the opposite effect, experts say.
Hate Drinking Water? These Scented Cups Could Do the Trick.
The fruity invention enlists your nose to fool your tongue, and its makers say it's totally safe.
Americans Are Drinking Less Coffee Than Ever. Here's Why.
Hint: Why make a whole pot when you can brew a single cup?
How This Natural, Sugar-Free Soda Is Making Major Inroads With Consumers
Coke and Pepsi, look out. Zevia has its eye on you.
Israeli Startup SodaStream Looks to Flavored Waters as Consumers Shun Sugary Drinks
'U.S. consumers don't want better Coke, they want more interesting water.'
Blast From the Past: Nostalgia Becomes a Marketing Strategy
'90s flashbacks target an influential buying group.
This Clever Marketing Campaign Reversed Coke's 11-Year Decline in Soda Sales
'Share a Coke,' in which bottles were personalized with popular names as well as terms of endearment, is credited with increasing Coca-Cola sales for the first time in over a decade.
With Soda Sales Down Anyway, Coke and Pepsi Vow to Promote Healthier Drinks
At the Clinton Global Initiative, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr Pepper pledged to cut beverage calories by one-fifth in the next decade.
New York's Top Court Refuses to Reinstate Ban on Large Sodas
New York City's ban on large sugary drinks, which was blocked by lower courts, has been declared illegal by the state's Supreme Court.
What Coke Is Brewing by Increasing Its Stake in Keurig
Coca-Cola has upped its stake in the coffee maker company to 16 percent from 10 percent.
Starbucks Expands Into Soft Drinks as SodaStream Rumors Bubble Up
The coffee giant is pushing into the handcrafted sodas market and could be looking to take a stake in one of the biggest names in the game.