Colombia continued to crack down on the use of single-use plastics in 2022 by introducing the Tax on Single-Use Plastics Used to Package or Pack Goods (abbreviated to IPUU in Spanish) as part of Law 2277 of 2022. This tax will likely have a considerable impact on the country’s beverage market, which accounts for 17% of the country’s total production of packaging material.
In 2022, Colombia’s Congress voted to introduce a tax on high-calorie foodstuffs, including sugary beverages, effective from July 2023. The tax will apply across all categories of the soft drinks market.
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Soft Drinks Packaging
This is the aggregation of Asian speciality drinks, bottled water, carbonates, concentrates, fruit/vegetable juice, RTD coffee, RTD tea, and sports and energy drinks.See All of Our Definitions
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