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Tackling obesity and high sugar levels in food are pressing concerns for many governments. Many European countries, such as the UK (2018) and Poland (2021), have introduced or reviewed their regulations on carbonated drinks, challenging the industry and accelerating the shift towards sugar-free and calorie-free soft drinks.
PET bottles account for the bulk of soft drinks by volume sales and forecast growth in Southeast Asia. The sheer volume of PET bottles in beverage packaging makes finding sustainable alternatives a key priority among beverage players in Southeast Asia.
Sustainability as a key consumer issue is expected to grow in the post-pandemic setting. In its grassroots presentation, craft beer is uniquely positioned to weave sustainable claims into its production cycle. This article explains opportunities and methods for incorporating ethical claims for these products.
Concern for sustainability has been on the rise among Vietnamese consumers in recent years, buoyed by increased awareness and concern for the environment. While attitudes towards sustainability still may not be as strong as compared to Western Europe, an increase in prominence of sustainable beverage packaging in Vietnam is reflective of the growing sustainability trend.
The British Government’s anti-obesity regulation on products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) is likely to impact packaged food and soft drinks, both in terms of brands and consumers. Although the new legislation might come as a hindrance for some categories, it might also offer an opportunity for others.
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