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Soda in Canada

Canada consumption was 101 liters per person per year in 2011. In Canada, soft drinks are still the largest beverage category by volume and consumption per capita, despite losing ground to more healthy and soft drinks in vogue, such as tea. Sales of soft drinks accounted for 16.3% of total sales of soft drinks in 2009.

Soda market in Canada

The Canadian manufacturing industry drinks and bottles of carbonated soft drinks, including fruit-flavored drinks, cola, ginger ale, ginger beer, root beer soda, iced tea, iced coffee, soda water, tonic water.

Between 1999 and 2009, sales of goods manufactured by the soft drink industry and ice rose 31.7%. During the same period, per capita consumption of soft drinks decreased by 14%.

Per capita consumption fell by 1.2% between 2008 and 2009. Between 2000 and 2010, Canadian exports of soft drinks fell by 40.6% from 191.0 million liters to 150.4 million liters.

Between 2000 and 2010, imports of soft drinks have more than tripled, from 86.6 million liters to 259.3 million liters. In 2010, the United States was the primary source of soft drinks imported into Canada.

The Canadian beverage industry is highly concentrated. Three of the four major brand owners are subsidiaries of multinationals located abroad and are responsible for the vast majority of production in the industry.

A very small number of soft drink manufacturers produce niche products.

Soda consumption in Canada

From 1999 to 2009, per capita consumption of soft drinks decreased by 14%, from 121 to 104 liters.

Canadian brands of soda

From Canada Dry to Pop Shoppe. 8 links