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FRENCH SODAS


Soda in France



In France the consumption is 48 liters per person per year. With 315 million liters, the market for carbonated fruit drinks is the second largest market for non-alcoholic beverages (14%) after the colas. Coca-Cola dominates the market for soft drinks in France, with 52.3% market share, ahead of Orangina Schweppes and PepsiCo.


Market soda France

According to research conducted by IRI, the French drinks market accounts for 15% of the European market and is the third largest market in terms of consumption, behind Germany and Italy.

The volume of French soft drinks market has increased by 1.1% in 2012 to 14.6 billion liters.

Between 2008 and 2013, growth reached 1.8% colas, but the fruit drinks was twice as high (+ 3.9 %) in the soft drinks market which weighs 2.3 billion euros.

For 2017, the French soft drinks market should have a volume of 15.4 billion liters, an increase of 6.1% since 2012.

With a growth of almost 20% for the 4th consecutive year, Pepsi has established itself as the most dynamic player in the cola market in France.

Orangina Schweppes believes that changing patterns of consumption will continue to grow and fruit drinks will eventually take precedence over colas.

Currently realize colas alone more than half of the soft drinks market, far ahead of the fruit drinks.

Coca-Cola France reigns over the soft drinks market in France, with 52.3% market share in volume, to Orangina Schweppes and PepsiCo (Pepsi-Cola, Tropicana, Lipton Ice Tea, Gatorade ...).

The French soda tax

The Constitutional Council has ratified 28 December 2011 the creation of the soda tax, which came into force on 1 January 2012. Beverages concerned are :


Syrups, fruit juices without added sugar, smoothies, yogurt drinks, infant formulas, nutritional beverages for medical purposes and exported products are however managed to slip through the net.

The soda tax would have resulted , higher selling prices up to 25% for private labels, between 4-9% depending on the products for brands like Coca-Cola.

French brands of soda




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