The Public Health Institute and University of North Carolina study shows tax is doing "exactly what it is intended to do" says its lead author.
Voters in Albany and Oakland will decide if they will join Berkeley by enacting a penny-per-ounce tax on distributors of sugar-sweetened beverages.
Berkeley's sugary drink consumption has dropped 21% in the wake of the city's soda tax, says study.
There are two new tenants headed to Emeryville's Public Market — a Peruvian restaurant and a macaron shop. These details, and more, in this week's Bites.
Two big closures to announce this week. Berkeley's Handlebar will shutter at the end of the month — but it will reopen. Emeryville's Bacano Bakery, however, is closed permanently.
Officials voted Tuesday night to step up the fight against sugary drinks in Berkeley.
BUSD's beleaguered cooking and gardening program will see a welcome injection of funds from the soda tax.
Berkeley is getting a new brewery. Anvil Brewing plans on opening at 912 Gilman St. this spring. We bring you this news and much more in this week's Bites.
A new Berkeley "panel of experts" charged with allocating money collected from the city's new soda tax met for the first time Tuesday night.
Berkeley's soda tax generated $116,000 in revenue in its first month of operation, city officials and advocates said Monday.
For us in Berkeley, the historic campaign to pass Measure D (the soda tax) ended on Nov. 4, 2014, when over 76% of Berkeley overwhelmingly voted yes. Yet the campaign has not ended for Big Soda.
As the co-owner of the San Francisco-based Waterloo Beverages company, Camilo Malaver enjoyed doing business in Berkeley. But he did not want anything to do with Berkeley after voters adopted a soda tax in November.
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