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According to UNESDA

30% of soft drinks sold across Europe are no- and low-sugar beverages.

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Drinkable carbonated water was first produced in 1767 by J.B. Priestley.

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ICBA Members represent more than 200 countries around the world.

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The first soda pop was marketed in the U.S. in 1807.

According to the USDA

One cup (8oz) of 100% juice is the equivalent of one serving of whole fruit.

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Roughly 80% percent of a person’s water intake comes from beverages.

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A "New York Egg Cream" contains chocolate syrup, milk and seltzer water—no eggs and no cream.

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One one pound of loose tea leaves can produce more than 200 cups of tea.

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The first energy drink to become available in the United States was Red Bull® in 1997.

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After water, tea is the world's most widely consumed beverage.

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Dr. Robert Cade and a team of scientists at the University of Florida created Gatorade® in 1965.

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More than 50% of a new aluminum can is made from recycled aluminum.

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Englishman, Dr. Joseph Priestley invented the first glass bottle of carbonated water in 1767.

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The first soda fountain was opened in Australia in 1911. 

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At least 86% of a soft drink is purified water.

According to the Institute of Medicine

Adults should drink 11-16 cups of total fluids (including water and other beverages) a day.

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The term soft drink is derived from the phrase "soda water" dating back to 1798.

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The first "official" diet soft drink was introduced in 1952.

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Aluminum and PET Plastic Bottles are the most recycled products in the United States.

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The International Council of Beverages Associations Council represents the interests of the international non-alcoholic beverages industry before the Codex Alimentarius Commission and other worldwide bodies and will provide a forum to share information among its members to such representation.

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