Sugary Drink Infographics

The increasing consumption of sugary drinks is a major factor contributing to the global obesity epidemic. Sugary drinks also increase the risk of other health conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, gout and dental decay. 
 
HPA has developed infographic posters to illustrate the amount of sugar in common New Zealand drinks and promote water or low-fat milk as the best drink of choice.
 
There are also graphics which can be downloaded and used in electronic communications.
  • Schools infographic: How Much Sugar Do You Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by school-aged children.
  • Infographic 1: How Much Sugar Do You Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in soft drinks, fruit juice, sports drinks and energy drinks. 
  • Infographic 2: How Much Sugar in That Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks sometimes thought to be healthier choices, such as smoothies. It also promotes water and milk as best choices so is useful for early childhood centres.  

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  • Schools infographic: How Much Sugar Do You Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks commonly consumed by school-aged children.

    Infographic 1: How Much Sugar Do You Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in soft drinks, fruit juice, sports drinks and energy drinks. 

    Infographic 2: How Much Sugar in That Drink?

    This infographic poster shows the amount of sugar in drinks sometimes thought to be healthier choices, such as smoothies. It also promotes water and milk as best choices so is useful for early childhood centres.  

    Providing healthier beverage options in your workplace

    These guidelines explain how to improve the choice of beverages available to staff in your workplace.

    If you drink a 350ml bottle of energy drink

    You could save $60 a month

    If you drink a 600ml bottle of soft drink

    A 350ml bottle of fruit juice

    Flavoured milk

    Flavoured water

    Smoothies

    Sparkling fruit drinks

    Iced tea

    Iced coffee