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Children’s Drink FACTS 2019 and Sugary Drink FACTS 2014 reports document the nutrition quality and marketing of children’s drinks (including sweetened fruit drinks and flavored waters, and 100% juice and juice/water blends without added sweeteners) and other sugary drinks (including soda, sports drinks, iced teas, and energy drinks). Rudd Center researchers utilized syndicated data when available, including advertising and sales data from Nielsen, comScore, and IRI, to quantify the extent of marketing to children, teens and parents. In addition, the researchers collected nutrition facts panel data to assess the ingredients and nutrition quality of these drinks. The methods are described in full detail in the reports.

Children's Drink FACTS Report 2019

     Executive Summary
     Introduction
     Methods
     Results
     Conclusions
     Appendices

Children's Drink FACTS Report Summary


Sugary Drink FACTS Report 2014

    Executive Summary
     Introduction
     Methods (Appendix A)
     Results
     Conclusions
     Appendices

Sugary Drink FACTS Report Summary
Sugary Drink FACTS Report Summary in Spanish

 

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