Thank you, Berkeley, for being so amazing!
Thank you for passing Measure D! Berkeley’s sugar sweetened beverage tax passed last night with a 75% landslide vote. In a time of such political darkness, our local politics are a shining light of true democracy. This is a watershed moment: a tale of a small community taking… Read more »
This morning when the proposed soda taxes in San Francisco and Berkeley were discussed on KQED’s Forum, a question came up: is there even one doctor who is against a soda tax? They are sure keeping quiet. In contrast, a long list of medical, dental, and health professionals are vocal supporters of the soda tax.… Read more »
We’ve posted in the past about the potent videos from the Bigger Picture Project, and tomorrow we’re excited to share some of these videos on a bigger screen. Come to the Westbrae Biergarten for a relaxed event featuring films related to soda and their role in our lives. The venue has a big play area… Read more »
Berkeley vs Big Soda (BvBS) is excited to announce the launch of a poster contest. Big Soda will spend millions of dollars in their efforts to defeat soda taxes in Berkeley and San Francisco this fall. To win, we’ll need to use every weapon in our arsenal, including terrific imagery.
“They say a picture is… Read more »
On Tuesday July 1, the Berkeley City Council voted unanimously and enthusiastically to place a soda tax measure on the November 2014 ballot. If voters approve the measure in November, Berkeley would be the first US city to tax sugar-sweetened drinks.
BeyondChron published an article busting the beverage industry’s myth that a soda tax is… Read more »