Soda Consumption Falls To Lowest Level Since 1996

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Soda Consumption Falls To Lowest Level Since 1996

According to new data from the trade publication Beverage Digest, Americans purchased 9.17 billion cases of soda in 2012, the lowest level of sales since 1996. What do you think?

  • “If we keep comparing everything to 1996 we’ll never be happy.”

    Anita Deon
    Termite Exterminator
  • “No wonder we’re all so healthy and energetic.”

    Vince Sterling
    Fuse Assembler
  • “Don’t blame me. I’m still drinking a shitload of soda.”

    Todd Edelman
    Bicycle Inspector