Daily Sugar Drink Consumption Rates

New York Finger Lakes Region and Western New York

There are large disparities in the frequency of drinking soda (non-diet) and other sugar-sweetened drinks. African-Americans and Latinos are much more likely than whites to have at least one sugar drink each day. And the rates are higher for the low income, Medicaid and uninsured populations too.

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