The main growth driver in soft drinks packaging continues to be PET, particularly within juice where it is increasingly replacing glass bottles and in particular brick liquid cartons. This trend is being seen in both ambient and chilled juice but was particularly strong in the latter area from early-2018 onwards.
Most soft drinks players reduced bottle sizes towards the end of the review period, not only in order to boost unit prices but also in response to changing consumption habits. Increasingly, 1 litre, 1.
Metal beverage cans saw a slightly stronger growth in soft drinks towards the end of the review period, while still being hindered by a lack of transparency, particularly in premium products in areas such as organic soft drinks and RTD team. Metal beverage cans are however benefiting from a rise in nomadic consumption, with smaller 150ml and slim 250ml, 275ml and 330ml packs proving particularly successful.
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