American Beverage Association

The American Beverage Association (ABA) is the trade association that represents America's non-alcoholic beverage industry. ABA was founded in 1919 as the American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages, and renamed the National Soft Drink Association in 1966. Today the ABA represents hundreds of beverage producers, distributors, franchise companies and support industries. Together, they bring to market hundreds of brands, flavors and packages, including regular and diet soft drinks, bottled water and water beverages, 100 percent juice and juice drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks and ready-to-drink teas.

Company Growth (employees)
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Private
HQ
Washington, US
Founded
1919
Size (employees)
39 (est)+3%
American Beverage Association was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Washington, US

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American Beverage Association has an office in Washington
Washington, US (HQ)
1100 1275 Pennsylvania Ave NW

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1919

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Coca-Cola is being sued for misleading people over the healthfulness of its sodas

It’s the opening shot of 2017, fired by health advocates looking to advance a long-running fight against soda-makers. A lawsuit filed Jan. 4 in federal…

As Soda Taxes Gain Wider Acceptance, Your Bottle May Be Next

Following successful measures on Election Day, advocates believe more cities will consider them, not just to fight obesity, but also to bring in more money.

Creeping Progress in Pledge to Cut Calories in Sugary Soda

As more cities impose tax on sugary drinks, a vow from some soft drink producers to reduce calories 20 percent in 10 years advances ever so slightly.

“You are selling out the American public”—Elizabeth Warren’s letter on Donald Trump’s transition team

Despite his promises during his election campaign, US president-elect Donald J. Trump’s newly-assembled transition team in Washington is made up largely of corporate insiders and…

San Francisco just took an unprecedented stand against soda — and it should terrify Coke and Pepsi (PEP, KO)

On this week, a number of cities in the US passed measures to tax sugary soda beverages — a major victory for a movement that soda makers like Pepsi and Coca-Cola have strongly resisted. Residents of Boulder, Colorado and three cities in the Bay Area — San Francisco, Oakland…
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