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Moderation and Avoidance is a key trend driving demand for adult soft drinks among alcohol drinkers.
Sugar is known to be bad for the teeth, but sugar-free soft drinks present dangers, as well.
People should drink cold water rather than soft drinks as water get easily consumed by a stomach rather than a soft drink.
Asahi Soft Drinks and Calpis have already integrated their vending machine operations under Asahi Calpis Beverage Co.
The annual Britvic Soft Drinks Report, published this week, revealed that products dubbed 'cold hot drinks' had grown 45%year-on-year.
79, comparing those who consumed more than half a litre of soft drink per day with those who did not consume soft drinks.
Sugar sweetened soft drinks are increasingly prevalent in the modern diet and are implicated in the obesity epidemic due to their high content of readily absorbed sugars.
The ability to store soft drinks for long periods of time began in earnest in 1892, with the invention of the crown cap.
THE SOFT DRINK CATEGORY IS ALIVE AND WELL, AND SUPERMARKETS HAVE A LEADERSHIP ROLE WITH THE CATEGORY RIGHT NOW," SAYS CHRIS DEMAIO, DIRECTOR OF LARGE STORE CHANNEL AT COCA-COLA ENTERPRISES IN ATLANTA.
Soft-drink companies are considering voluntary restrictions on the sale of carbonated soft drinks in schools.
The Atkins diet, despite its flaws, was on target in urging people to minimize soft drinks and other foods rich in refined sugars and starches.
An American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement in the January 2004 issue of Pediatrics calls on schools to stop selling soft drinks and start providing healthier alternatives such as real fruit juice and water.
Consumer groups have welcomed new laws to tackle the high price of soft drinks in pubs and restaurants.