When reduced sugar carbonates initially entered Chile, they were expected to quickly replace regular variants as local consumers started to adopt healthier lifestyles. However, while these soft drinks have managed to convert some consumers of regular carbonates, and have enjoyed a generally stronger performance in comparison for several years, this process has been relatively slow.
Chileans are able to return specific bottles to supermarkets, which are then collected by distributors to be used again. In exchange for returning the bottles, consumers receive a unit discount on their next purchase of returnable bottles, which makes them more affordable than the equivalent disposable format.
With the threat of the pandemic fading, the Chilean government has eliminated most restrictions, with the local economy reopening and restaurants, pubs, soda fountains, and other on-trade points of sale fully operational. This will result in growing demand for carbonates through on-trade over the forecast period.
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Sweetened, non-alcoholic drinks containing carbon dioxide are included here. All carbonated products containing fruit juice (“sparkling juices”) are included here, unless they are tea-based (these are included in carbonated RTD tea) or carbonated Energy drinks, which are included in Energy Drinks. Carbonated bottled water is also excluded. Carbonates are an aggregation of cola carbonates and non-cola carbonates, whether regular or low calorie. Euromonitor International includes both naturally and artificially-sweetened carbonates.See All of Our Definitions
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