Beverages

FSSAI issues notice on caffeinated beverages

Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has issued a notice for operationalising standards for caffeinated beverages and the use of a blue tint in plastic containers. The notice stated to declare ?Consume not more than 500ml per day? on the label and allowed the use of a blue tint in plastic containers of five litres and above for packaging. In the year 2013, the draft regarding these standards was introduced for receiving comments from the concerned stakeholders. Now, a formal approval has been made in November 2016.
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FSSAI issues notification of fruit content in fruit juice

Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), has issued a new notification specifying the fruit content in the carbonated fruit drinks. It added that total soluble solids (TSS) - solids that are dissolved within a substance - would not be applicable to the quantity of the fruit declared on the label. The fruit content should be between 5% and 10%. In case the quantity of fruit juice is below 10 per cent. but not less than five per cent. (2.5 per cent. in case of lime or lemon), the product shall be called carbonated beverage with fruit juice and in such cases the requirement of TSS (Total Soluble Solids) shall not apply and the quantity of fruit juice shall be declared on the label. Earlier, the Indian Beverage Association (IBA) demanded that the threshold limit be set in the rang
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Beverages Industry - Overview

In India, the beverage market is huge with carbonated beverages leading the market. However, the fastest growing segment is the non carbonated beverage, where India is becoming more health conscious, it is official that cola drinks have not grown much, and the fact that cola majors have focussed on fruit based is a sign of coming days. In India, most of beverage sales (around 40% ) comes during the summer months. It is also a challenging period to keep up with demand, with fly-by-operators will also open shop during the month catching a slice of the market. Further the impact is higher in rural market, with high demand-supply mismatch. The challenge to the industry is to match the price point of Rs. 10/- yet to absorb the rising raw material cost and distribution costs. The industry is fo
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    Asian Lakto Industries Ltd

    Asian Lakto Industries Ltd processes fruit pulp to produce fruit juice, which is sold under the brand, ?Mr Fresh?. The company started as bottling partners for Thums Up. The c

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    Balan Natural Food Pvt Ltd

    Balan Natural Food Pvt. Ltd. is engaged in processing and packing fruit juices and processed food. It offers fruit juices and processed food made of jamun, brahmi leaves, amla,

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    Bisleri International Pvt Ltd

    Parle Group which was founded in the year 1949 by Late Jayantilal Chauhan. It has ventured into soft drink market with iconic brands of Gold Spot, Limca, Thumbs Up, Maaza and

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    Campa Cola India

    Campa Cola is a soft drink brand in India. It was a market leader in most regions of India for a period spanning several years until the advent of the foreign players Pepsi and

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    Coca Cola India Pvt Ltd

    Coca-Cola India Pvt. Ltd. - is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company, USA. While building the consumer franchise for The Coca-Cola Company trademarks, it also leads

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    Dabur International Ltd

    Dabur International is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dabur India and is headquartered in Dubai, UAE. From its humble beginnings in 1884 in a small clinic in the Indian city of Ko

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    Daily Fresh Fruits India Pvt Ltd

    Daily Fresh Fruits India Pvt Ltd was incorporated in 2008 and is engaged in manufacturing and trading of packaged fruit juices in flavours viz Mango, Apple, and Guava. They are