Keybridge Releases Report on 2020 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

Keybridge Releases Report on 2020 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

October 14, 2021

In September 2014, the American Beverage Association, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper (formerly Dr Pepper Snapple Group), PepsiCo, and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation announced a goal of reducing beverage calorie consumption per person by 20 percent by 2025 nationwide. This report features the progress on that goal through 2020, which demonstrate a decline of 20.2 beverage calories per person per day since 2014 or 10% – halfway to the 2025 goal. This reduction has come as consumers have shifted toward lower calorie beverages, including water and no-calorie versions of other beverage types.

Link: BCI National Report on 2020 Progress – Interactive

Link: BCI National Report on 2020 Progress – Version for Printing

Keybridge Releases Report on 2019 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative Community Calorie Goal

Keybridge Releases Report on 2019 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative Community Calorie Goal

December 9, 2020

In September 2014, the American Beverage Association, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper (formerly Dr Pepper Snapple Group), PepsiCo, and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation announced a commitment to reduce beverage calorie consumption per person by 20 percent by 2025 nationwide and in 8-10 select communities. This report features 2019 estimates and change since baseline of per person beverage calorie consumption for each of the five BCI Communities selected to date.

Link: 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative: Report on 2019 Progress toward Community Calorie Goal

Link: Detailed Methodology

Keybridge Releases Interactive Progress Report on the McDonald’s Global Happy Meal Goals

Keybridge Releases Interactive Progress Report on the McDonald’s Global Happy Meal Goals

October 21, 2020

In 2018, McDonald’s announced five ambitious Global Happy Meal Goals to be achieved in all markets globally by the end of 2022, with independent measurement and reporting of progress among 20 major markets representing nearly 85% of Happy Meal sales. This process includes the collection of data reported directly by the 20 major McDonald’s market teams as well as independent data collection. This interim public report details the progress that the 20 major markets have made through early 2020.
Keybridge Releases Report on 2019 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

Keybridge Releases Report on 2019 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

September 28, 2020

In September 2014, the American Beverage Association, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper (formerly Dr Pepper Snapple Group), PepsiCo, and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation announced a commitment to reduce beverage calorie consumption per person by 20 percent by 2025 nationwide. This report features 2019 results, which demonstrate a 11.3-calorie decline in beverage calories per person per day since baseline. From 2018 to 2019, a 4.8-calorie (2.4%) decline was achieved, the strongest show of progress toward the national calorie goal since it was launched.

Link: 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative: Report on 2019 Progress

Link: Detailed Methodology

Keybridge Releases Report on 2018 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

Keybridge Releases Report on 2018 Progress toward the 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative National Calorie Goal

November 6, 2019

In September 2014, the American Beverage Association, The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper (formerly Dr Pepper Snapple Group), PepsiCo, and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation announced a commitment to reduce beverage calorie consumption per person by 20 percent by 2025 nationwide. This report features 2018 estimates and percent change from baseline of per person beverage calorie consumption. The 2018 results demonstrated a 3.3-calorie decline in beverage calories per person per day, the strongest show of progress toward the national calorie goal since it was launched.

Link: 2025 Beverage Calories Initiative: Report on 2018 Progress

Link: Detailed Methodology