The drink that has been the go-to drink for a generation is now becoming less popular as people choose to drink more of their own water.
According to data from beverage companies, consumption of fizzy drinks has declined from its peak in 2007 to its lowest point ever.
The trend, which is becoming more pronounced, may be a result of Americans choosing to drink fewer beverages, as their diets become more energy-focused and the number of hours in the office increases.
This trend has been blamed on the advent of the obesity epidemic, which has increased the demand for fizzy beverages.
The average American consumes nearly three liters of water a day, up from about two liters in 2007.
According on a 2013 report from the Beverage Association, Americans drank more than seven liters a day in 2015.
The survey, conducted by Nielsen, found that the fizzy beverage consumption fell by 8 percent from 2008 to 2015.
Fizzy drinks are the new red meat in many families’ diets, according to a recent Gallup poll.
According the poll, 47 percent of Americans say they’re “extremely or very interested” in eating healthier.
According for a report by Bloomberg, people who say they are “very or extremely interested” are drinking more fizzy water and water flavored drinks.
“A growing number of people are opting to eat fewer calories and fewer fast food options to cut back on the stress of the modern day,” said Jennifer Belsky, vice president for nutrition at the Beverages Association.
“Many Americans are looking for a healthier option that they can feel good about, and we believe that fizzy and water are the perfect beverage to help.”
According to the CDC, fizzy-drink consumption has been steadily increasing for years.
According a 2015 report by the CDC and the American Beverage Institute, more than 90 percent of adults and 85 percent of children ages 1 to 17 consume at least one fizzy soda or juice a day.
According Belski, the soda-water trend is a sign of a broader shift in American life, with fewer people opting to be fizzy drinkers, and more people looking to eat healthier.
The beverage industry is trying to find a way to capitalize on this trend.
According as Bloomberg, the beverage industry has been working with beverage companies to help consumers choose fizzy options.
One example is the fizz-pop beverage.
According Bloomberg, a fizz pop is a fad beverage that was invented in the 1980s.
The fizz pops have become so popular in recent years that there are now over 1,300 flavors available.
A new fizzy pop, named the FizzPop, is the first fizzy flavor available in the U.S. and is designed to be served in glasses, but can be served as a fidget toy, too.
Fizz Pop, which will be available in stores in the summer, comes in flavors like Fizz-a-Cola and Fizz, and is sold in five-packs.
According according to the Beverance Association, fizz and water flavors are the hottest trending drinks on the market.
The American Beverages Institute reported that the number one fizz drinks on Amazon.com are a fritter, a water fizz, an orange fizz soda, and a water water fizzy.
The Coca-Cola Co., PepsiCo, and Dr Pepper Snapple Group are also reportedly working with fizzy companies to sell fizzy products.
In a statement to Bloomberg, PepsiCo said it was excited to offer more fizz options to our consumers, and has worked with the beverage manufacturers to explore how we can enhance the fritters experience.
“As a pioneer in the fisheye eye of fizzing, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper have been an innovator and innovator in the realm of fishey beverage innovation,” the company said in a statement.
“We are excited to be the first to introduce the fitzy fizz with the Fitz-a.
Dr. PEPPER is excited to join our Fitza-Dr. Pepper line of fitz and we look forward to sharing this exciting new addition to the fisch of fizness.”