Beverages

Beverages

BEVSA represents the full range of non-alcoholic, refreshment beverage products available in the marketplace. Our industry is ever-evolving to meet the diverse needs of today’s consumers.

Energy Drinks

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

Energy drinks are functional beverages formulated for people looking for a product that provides additional mental and physical stimulation for a short period of time.

Teas

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

Ready-to-drink teas offer the functionality of prepared tea with the convenience of an on-the-go cold beverage.

Sports Drinks

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

Sports drinks are a functional beverage product that help 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.

Water

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

The term “bottled water” actually applies to a number of different beverage products. Bottled waters can vary by their source, treatment and taste profile.

Juices

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

Juice not only offers hydration, great taste and refreshment; different juices offer a variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and associated health benefits.

Soft Drinks

Posted in Beverages on Jun 12, 2018

Carbonated soft drinks (CSD’s) occupy a unique place in the palates of Canadian consumers, and offer the full range options from zero to full-calorie to suit each individual lifestyle.

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Latest news

  • Health Promotions Levy – a net negative impact on South African non-alcoholic beverage industry

    Posted in Media Release, statements on Feb 28, 2019

    In the ten months since the Health Promotions Levy (HPL) was introduced, it has put pressure on the local non-alcoholic industry in already difficult operating conditions, as well as raising prices for hard-pressed consumers. The net impact of the levy has been compounded by subdued economic growth in the country and higher input costs of raw materials and ingredients, in particular, sugar. Consequently, this is limited the opportunity for growth and job creation in the sector and has resulted in downward pressure on the full value chain.

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