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Serving Michigan’s non-alcoholic beverage industry since 1911.


The Michigan soft drink industry directly employs some 6,000 individuals statewide, and services more than 10,000 retail outlets from every community in the state.


From the launch of our school beverage guidelines over ten years ago, our industry is doing its part to drive real solutions to public health challenges, like obesity.


Our industry continues to lead on environmental sustainability. It’s good for our planet and our business.


The Latest From the MSDA and Our Network
February 4, 2022

Beverage Community Calorie Reduction Effort Sees Decrease for 4th Year Straight

Calories consumed from beverages continue to decline in communities where obesity rates are above the national average.
The Latest From the MSDA and Our Network
November 29, 2021

Building a More Sustainable Future for Michigan with Recycling

MSDA president and CEO, Derek Bajema, wrote an article in the Lansing State Journal about how Michigan’s beverage industry is creating a more circular economy for our bottles.
The Latest From the MSDA and Our Network
May 11, 2021

Julie Metty Bennett: Time to Deposit Michigan’s Bottle Bill in History’s Recycling Bin

Public Sector Consultants chief executive officer Julie Metty Bennett gives her take on Michigan’s bottle bill at Crain’s Detroit Business

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