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AFRICAN SODAS


Soda in Africa



In West Africa, sodas are called sweets . International brands such as Coca Cola or Pepsi, consider Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco in the top 10 markets beverages fastest growing in Africa.


Soda Market in Africa

Most international brands, such as Coca Cola or Pepsi, consider Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco in the top 10 markets beverages fastest growing in Africa, those countries with high growth rates.

With sales often increase by over 40% in recent years.

Algerians are large consumers of juices and soft drinks. 2.3 billion liters were sold across the country in 2012. This amount to 66 liters per capita a year. A figure that reflects a rising growth of this market in Algeria.

Carbonated drinks are popular in Morocco. Twenty operators share the market, including Coca-Cola owns 50%. The sodas Cola soft drinks are the most popular among Moroccans.

Entry Harris International and Sai Beverages (SBL) in Uganda, Tanzania Bakhresa Group and Crystal Beverages in Rwanda is shaking the beverage industry soft in Eastern Africa, which was dominated by Coca-Cola and PepsiCo. Harris International also exports gas to Southern Sudan and Rwanda drinks.

In January, Pepsi began local production of its brands in Kenya, giving competition to Coca-Cola, which had dominated the Kenyan market for decades.

Realignment in the market for soft drinks in the region have led to innovations products, including new packaging, and price wars.

New companies selling drinks, including cola flavors in disposable bottles seem to have become part of their market rivals.

Soda consumption in Africa

Tunisian fruit juice consumption is 3.2 liters per year per capita. Tunisia has 18 large production units of soft drinks, which SFBT is the most important and a number of small units producing known local brands.

Consumption of sodas South African was 104 liters per person per year 2011. Coca-Cola remains the undisputed leader in the soft drink market in South Africa.

The volumes of consumption of soft drinks increased by 4.3% between 2008 and 2012.

African brands of soda

Algerian soda brands

Algerian sodas  Link toward the page of soda brands in Algeria

Moroccan soda brands

Moroccan sodas  Link toward the page of soda brands in  Morocco

The South African soda brands

South African sodas  Link toward the page of soda brands in South Africa

Tunisian soda brands

Tunisian sodas  Link toward the page of soda brands in Tunisia

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