Americans Drink Their Sugar Differently, but Still Steadily


The beverage industry is falling further behind in its drive to reduce the amount of calories Americans drink, as sales of diet sodas continue to slide and people consume more fountain drinks, energy drinks and sweetened teas.

The average American drank 201.2 calories a day in 2016, up slightly from the previous year, according to a report released Friday and funded by the American Beverage Association, an industry group.


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