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  • Sports Drinks
    Sports drinks are one of many beverage options designed to help consumers stay hydrated, which is necessary for overall health and wellness. These functional beverage products often contain electrolytes and were created to help athletes and other active people hydrate before, during and after vigorous exercise. Sports drinks can provide nutrients and quickly replenish electrolytes and carbohydrates lost during physical activity or exposure to high temperatures.

  • Bottled Water & Water Beverages
    Many Americans appreciate the convenience and portability of bottled water and water beverages. In fact, they now play an important and healthy role in our nation’s beverage consumption patterns. The term “bottled water” actually applies to a number of different beverage products, including: spring water, purified water, mineral water, sparkling bottled water, well water and artesian water. The term “water beverages” applied to a number of different beverages including flavored water, enhanced water, fortified water and fitness water.

  • 100% Juice & Juice Drinks
    Americans want variety and taste in the beverage products they consume. This is certainly apparent when it comes to the 100 percent juice and juice drink product category. The producers, marketers, bottlers and distributors of 100 percent juice and juice drink beverages provide products that offer more than simple refreshment. Many of these products deliver vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

  • Soft Drinks & Diet Soft Drinks
    While many different categories make up the American beverage product picture, carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) and their diet counterparts continue to be some of the most popular. Since the early days of our nation’s history, carbonated soft drinks have occupied a unique place in the hearts, minds and palates of the American consumer.

  • Ready to Drink Teas
    After water, tea is the world’s most widely consumed beverage with a per capita consumption of approximately four fluid ounces per day. Different types of tea are popular in different regions of the world. Black tea is consumed principally in Europe, North America and North Africa, while green tea is consumed throughout Asia. Oolong tea is popular in China and Taiwan.

  • Energy Drinks
    Energy drinks can serve as a refreshing beverage choice. While they are not specifically designed like sports drinks to aid in rehydration, energy drinks can have a “pick-me-up” quality. Some examples of energy drinks currently in the marketplace include Red Bull, Amp, Full Throttle™, SoBe Adrenaline Rush™, and ROCKSTAR®.

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