Copyright © 2014-2017. All rights reserved.

Last modification of the Website : 26/05/2017 06:21:21

Visitors since 10/04/2014

SOFT DRINK All soft drinks on the web
Version française. Les boissons sans alcool. Marques d'alcool. Find (almost) all brands of alcoholic beverages on the web. 6795 links.

JAPANESE SODAS


Soda in Japan



Japanese drinks 34 liters per capita soft drinks per year, against 165 liters per capita in the United States. The largest producers of soft drinks in Japan are: Coca Cola, Suntory, Kirin, Asahi and Ito En. Soft drinks green tea often best sellers


The Hot Ginger Ale

Hot Ginger Ale is the first hot soda. Although the combination may seem strange for consumers to Western palates, Coca-Cola took four years of research into the product and expects it to be a great success in Japan.

The soft drink industry is characterized by high levels of competition and marketing to innovate constantly in order to achieve something different to attract consumers.

Drink, Hot Canada Dry Ginger Ale, has a flavor of apple and cinnamon and is sold in vending automatic through the Japanese mainland since October 2013 at a price of about € 1.00.

Already While Japanese love tea, coffee and soup in self-heating cans, Coca-Cola (which owns the brand Canada Dry) claims that this is the first time that heat was combined successfully with bubbles.

Japanese soft drink consumers are constantly on the lookout for new and unusual and other innovative products can already choose from a wide range drinks ever seen unimaginable in other markets.

If this is not to your liking, the next time you're in Japan, you can also enjoy drinks Pepsi cucumber flavor, salty yogurt or watermelon. Or try drinking a beverage wasabi flavor or taste of kimchi.

Soda market in Japan

2012 was the third consecutive positive year for the soft drink industry in Japan. After an eventful year in 2011 due to the effects of the earthquake, the industry has been able to launch several key products that have resulted in positive growth in revenues excluding trade.

Vegetable juices have achieved good results in 2012 due to health concerns and well-being of consumers. This was never more evident than for the tomato juice.

The health benefits of tomato juice were repeated in numerous television in early 2012. Programs, featuring a scientific study of a well-known university, reported the properties of tomato juice to burn fat as well as other health benefits that the product offers.

Immediately after these reports, sales of juice tomato in the country soared, which led to strong growth in the category of fruit juice and vegetable juice as a whole in the country of the Rising Sun.

Nevertheless the Japanese market should not evolve quickly, especially with an imminent increase in VAT from 5% today to 8% in 2014 and 10% in 2015.

Japanese brands of soda



From Asahi to Mitsuya. 9 links