Tenders are invited for Production technology of carbonated
and non-carbonated water and carbonated
and non-carbonated soft drinks in the Litovel plant
The Balochistan Food Authority hastaken a right decision tobanned sale and consumption of carbonated
drinks in educational institutions and decided not to allow sale of Ajinomoto salt in Balochistan, declaring it harmful for health.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Standards Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) has issued around 27 licences to the carbonated
beverage companies for selling different kind of drinks during the last three years.
Fluid consumption patterns of children are now more diverse compared to the past years, as carbonated
soft drinks and fruit juices have replaced the consumption of water and milk.
beverages are becoming immensely popular among individuals.
The report considers, Carbonates as a sweetened, non-alcoholic drinks containing carbon dioxide which are syrups for home carbonated
soft drinks dispensers, out of home fountain syrups, carbonated
nectars and sweetened water-based carbonated
Three reasons have been identified which explain the love of carbonates among Argentinians: Cultural reason - the country has a large acceptance of carbonated
water, thanks to the local tradition of drinking carbonated
water with meals, or "soda", as it is known in the country; Social reason - this is aspirational consumption in which, although carbonates are expensive compared to other foods and beverages, local consumers prefer the two best-known carbonates brands in the world, Coca-Cola and Pepsi; Family reason - Argentinians drink carbonates when they share the dinner table with their relatives or friends.
[UKPRwire, Wed Oct 30 2013] Carbonated
Soft Drinks in Portugal by Mintel Global Market Navigator provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2013.
That said, the comparatively unhealthy image of carbonated
soft drinks does little to deter some consumers, who typically turn to carbonated
drinks when looking for a cheap indulgence and look elsewhere for healthy options.
ASSOCHAM findings indicate that a strong shift in consumer beverage demand towards non carbonated
alternatives, creating new opportunities for drinks manufactures in the country.
In a new series of reports from Mintel examining consumer behavior in China, the market research firm finds that while consumers in China are ready to switch to healthier alternatives of carbonated
soft drinks, brands have yet to offer the product options to fulfill this demand.
In Germany, the largest market for carbonated
drinks, low-calorie products make up 14% of total soft drinks consumption and in Spain, where the hot weather makes carbonated
drinks a popular option, just 1 in 8 soft drinks consumed are low-calorie options.