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Does a soda tax work? Philadelphia gains $5.7m in tax revenue and sees drop in soda drinking

In its first month of existence, the Philadelphia soda tax has brought in $5.7m, more than double its original projection of $2.3m, according to the figures from the city’s revenue department. 

Philadelphia has seen declines in soda sales after one month following the roll out of it 1.5-cent-per-ounce tax on sweetened beverages.  ©iStock/piotr_malczyk

Bluecoat American Dry Gin’s new distillery blends past and future of gin making

Philadelphia-based Bluecoat American Dry Gin has relocated its production facilities to a newly-renovated distillery to ramp up production and create gin that better appeals to American taste preferences. 

SqueezyStraw stand up pouch expands into beverages and desserts

The Barton Group has expanded the applications for its patented dispensing pouch technology called SqueezyStraw.

Drinktec 2017

Call for speakers: Do you know what’s brewing in beer?

BeverageDaily and drinktec are collaborating to present a lively conference series at drinktec (Munich, September 11-15), which will provide small brewers with advice on how to scale up operations. We’re calling for speakers who are keen to get involved and share their expertise. 

AQUAhydrate targets 'everyday warriors' as premium pH segment continues to grow

Celebrity-backed AQUAhydrate has doubled its distribution over the past 18 months from around 30,000 to 60,000 outlets by appealing to a broad set of ‘everyday warriors’ it claims are seeking out more premium products and aspirational brands in the bottled water set.

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