Stevia has helped many beverage makers reduce calories in their soft drinks
, driving manufacturers to consider its use.
Packaging plays an important role in soft drinks
Khawaja said that domestically made liquids like lemon soda, milk soda and other homemade drinks are more efficient as compared to the energy and soft drinks
Asahi Soft Drinks
and Calpis have already integrated their vending machine operations under Asahi Calpis Beverage Co.
Results showed that one in ten adults drink more than half a litre of soft drink
daily in South Australia.
The ability to store soft drinks
for long periods of time began in earnest in 1892, with the invention of the crown cap.
SUPERMARKETS NEED TO MAINTAIN THEIR FOCUS ON THE MERCHANDISING AND PROMOTION OF THE SOFT DRINK
CATEGORY AS A COMPETITIVE OR STRATEGIC CATEGORY FOR THEM, SINCE THEY OWN IT AND THE VALUE SIDE OF THE BUSINESS HAS NOT STOLEN THIS CATEGORY AWAY FROM THEM--YET," DEMAIO SAYS.
While the new rules might please some health advocates, others argue that soft drinks
should be banned entirely from schools, including high schools.
Last month, an American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) report recommended that soda and other sweetened soft drinks
be banned from schools to help fight the nation's childhood obesity epidemic (health crisis).
The villain: soft drinks
, according to the claims of California legislators who now aim to ban sodas from K-12 campuses throughout the state.
If you're a 12-year-old boy, you're in the group of the biggest soft drink
consumers in the nation
THREE YEARS AGO, WHEN PEPSICO S local bottler switched to Coca-Cola with its entire production and distribution facilities, Venezuelan consumers saw their favorite soft drink
disappear overnight from store shelves and restaurants.
However, in contrast, it found that regular soft drink
consumption and a more moderate intake of diet soft drinks
do not appear to be linked to a higher risk of vascular events.
Ito En took on the challenge adding a seasonally limited edition of green tea drinks to its mainstay Oi Ocha soft drink
representatives said junior high schools can reap an average of $25,000 a year and high schools $40,000 from soft drink
contracts, which typically come in the form of upfront payments from bottlers and sharing revenues from products sold.