A mournful sight for the beverage industry: Discarded and junked soda machines wallow in a field in Barrow, Alaska. In a growing trend, Americans are drinking fewer sodas and choosing what they feel are healthier options in recent years. Iced teas, sports drinks and flavored waters are smaller but fast-growing segments of the beverage industry.
A mournful sight for the beverage industry: Discarded and junked soda machines wallow in a field in Barrow, Alaska. In a growing trend, Americans are drinking fewer sodas and choosing what they feel are healthier options in recent years. Iced teas, sports drinks and flavored waters are smaller but fast-growing segments of the beverage industry. Ruth Fremson The New York Times
A mournful sight for the beverage industry: Discarded and junked soda machines wallow in a field in Barrow, Alaska. In a growing trend, Americans are drinking fewer sodas and choosing what they feel are healthier options in recent years. Iced teas, sports drinks and flavored waters are smaller but fast-growing segments of the beverage industry. Ruth Fremson The New York Times

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