A New York judge has blocked the City Council’s ban on large servings of sweet soft drinks, mere hours before the restrictions were due to come into effect. Australian Food News reported in September...

Schweppes Australia has launched a new ad campaign to promote the process which gives its soft drinks their “Schweppervescence.” The 60 second video advertisement features two people tumbling through...

US-based soft drink company SodaStream has challenged rival companies PepsiCo and Coca-Cola in its latest campaign, which features an advertisement banned from being aired at the Super Bowl. The SodaStream...

Three of Australia’s  foremost health organisations have combined forces to target consumers against sugar-sweetened beverages. The ‘Rethink Sugary Drinks’ TV campaign launched yesterday by the...

The Coca-Cola Company United States has announced it will tackle obesity with the launch of a new campaign. Its two-minute video, titled “Coming Together,” debuts tonight in US time on national cable...

A study from Lund University in Sweden suggests that men who drink one normal-sized (330ml) soft drink per day are at a greater risk of getting more aggressive forms of prostate cancer. The study is published...

Campbell Soup’s V8 Splash and V8 V-fusion juices are being promoted with the SodaStream home beverage carbonation system to create new summer beverage combinations at home. SodaStream is a global manufacturer...

Queensland parents should ban their children from soft drinks and fruit juices in an attempt to reverse the alarming rise in childhood obesity, according to Queensland Chief Health Officer, Jeannette Young...

PepsiCo has this week launched its new Pepsi Special drink in Japan, containing dextrin, a fibre that distributor Suntory claims “reduces fat levels.” The soluble fibre absorbs water and promotes food...

A team of researchers at the University of California, San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center and Columbia University have estimated that a nationwide tax on sweetened beverages in the U.S. would...