by Greg Canavan
I notice you and your chubby friends have seriously cut back on the sugar water.
Soda consumption has plunged to levels last seen nearly 30 years ago. Since 1998, per capita consumption has declined from 53 gallons to 41 gallons, according to RBC Capital Markets.
More folks are finally realizing they probably shouldn’t drink so many damn calories every single day. Americans might be getting fatter—but it looks like we’re actually trying to do something about it…