Tag "Gyümölcslé és Üdítőital Szövetség"

The sugar and calorie content of soft drinks has decreased further in Hungary

As a result of the voluntary commitments of the member companies of the Hungarian Mineral Water, Juice and Soft Drinks Association, the average sugar and calorie content of hungarian soft...

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Magazine: Growing water consumption, dropping waste production

In 2018 the mineral water segment sold 1,260 million litres of bottled mineral water, which represents more than 50 percent of total non-alcoholic drink sales. According to Istvánné Bikfalvi, secretary...

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With more fruit and less sugar!

In 2018 sales of various drinks containing fruit juice represented 11 percent of total non-alcoholic drink sales – 280 million litres in volume. More than 5 percent of this were...

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We drank 125 liters of mineral water last year

The high heat increases considerably the demand for non-alcoholic beverages, which means that the consumption of mineral water rises to double, while the consumption of fruit juices and soft drinks...

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By 2020, the sugar and calorie content of non-alcoholic beverages will be halved in Hungary

The domestic soft drink producers made sugar reduction commitments. According to the voluntary commitment announced today by the Hungarian Mineral Water, Juice and Soft Drink Association, the average sugar and...

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Low-calorie trend drives carbonated soft drink sales

In 2016 carbonated soft drink sales were up 4.2 percent in Hungary. Per capita consumption was 66.7 litres, which is 15 percent less than the European average. Sales represented 30 percent of...

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Hungarians are among Europe’s biggest mineral water drinkers

In 2016 per capita mineral water consumption was 121 litres, representing 55 percent of non-alcoholic drink consumption. Hungarian mineral consumption is the fifth biggest in the European Union. Until 2016 Hungarians had...

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Soft Drinks Association: raising the tax on food will not help against obesity

People's health indicators can not be improved by raising taxes on food products. A social cooperation is needed – the Hungarian mineral water, fruit juice and soft drinks association told...

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