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Soft drink bottlers and breweries are switching, too.
With a 50% market share in soft drinks, where do you plan on growing?
Our children should not become pawns in a corporate moneymaking scheme whose rules are written by lobbyists who disingenuously argue, ``Nothing will stop the students from purchasing soft drinks on their way to school,'' so why not sell it to them at school?
The production volume of green tea soft drinks surged suddenly as other makers put more of their energies into the competition and to play catch-up with Kirin Beverage.
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.
Marsh Supermarkets, Indianapolis, for instance, features a soft drink item every week.
It outlines consumer motivations for purchasing adult soft drinks and key innovation trends in adult soft drinks along three pillars - formulation, positioning, and packaging.
The varieties of soft drink grow daily to provide more choice for consumers while the production volume grows.
8226; Drink the soft drink quickly; avoid sipping over a long period of time.
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.
Benzene, formed by a reaction of two common soft drink additives, sodium benzoate (a preservative) and ascorbic acid (vitamin C), is considered a carcinogen and has been directly linked to leukemia and other cancers.
IN SUPERMARKETS, SOFT DRINK SALES ARE $12 BILLION AND GROWING THEY ACCOUNT FOR 71% OF TAKE-HOME SALES, ACCORDING TO THE SHOPPER CENTRIC SOLUTIONS STUDY CONDUCTED BY ATLANTA-BASED COCA-COLA CO.
And in middle and high schools, soft drink companies already are selling waters, juices and sports drinks alongside sodas because such drinks increasingly are popular with young consumers.