Volume 207 | December 30, 2020
Dear Reader,

This will be the last Park Street Insider newsletter of the year. Thank you for being a part of our community in 2020. It will be one for the books.

We wish you all a happy and healthy new year and we look forward to further collaborations in 2021!

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Your Park Street University Team
New US Dietary Guidelines Rejects Recommendations to Cut Alcohol Intake

New dietary guidelines from the US Departments of Agriculture and Health and Human Services rejected the recommendation that men lower their alcoholic beverage intake to one drink per day from the current standard of two. The committee’s recommendations did not meet a "preponderance of the evidence" standard required by law, according to Brandon Lipps, deputy undersecretary for food, nutrition and consumer services at the USDA. The decision has received praise from the beverage alcohol industry for choosing to maintain a long-time standard of what is already considered moderate alcohol consumption.

Further reading: WSJ
Sarah Nagel Sisisky, Director of Client Development, Park Street
Understanding New Size Allowances For Beverage Alcohol

As of Dec. 29, 2020 the Alcohol Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) has added seven new standards of fill options for beverage alcohol products in the United States. In this video, Sarah Nagel Sisisky, Park Street's Director of Client Development, breaks down why this change was made, what is new that brand owners need to know, and how this update could change the global alcohol beverage industry. (4 minutes)

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