The term 'soft' in soft drinks distinguishes it from a so-called ‘hard’ drink or hard liquor and referred to a non-alcoholic drink. Soft drinks exclude milk or dairy products. These popular beverages consist of carbonated water, sugar, and flavorings.
Due to the increasing demands of consumers for new tastes and formats for soft drinks, the soft drinks sector is the most fast-moving industries in the food and drink manufacturing. The most common soft drink products are Bubble Tea Products, Cacao Drinks, Carbonated Drinks, Coffee Drinks, Energy Drinks, Fruit & Vegetable Juice, Grain & Nut Juice, Instant Powder Drinks, Tea Drinks, etc. They can be used as a source for refreshing party drink or an occasional “treat” for your guests.
• Regular: Carbonated drinks like Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Fanta and similar drinks.
• Diet: Soft drinks, which don't include natural sugar, but a small amount of artificial sweeteners, which makes this diet drink less caloric.
• Coffee: Carbonated coffee beverage such as Mazagran and Kona.
• Energy Drinks: Soft drinks like Enviga, Red Bull, Jolt, and Monster, containing stimulants that help energize.
• Juice: Soft drinks that contain carbonated water a sweetener (sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, fruit juice, sugar substitutes), and a natural or artificial flavoring.