Carbonated drinks, sometimes known as bubbly drinks, are carbonated fluids with dissolved carbon dioxide. Fizz or effervescence is the result of CO2 dissolving in a liquid. Carbon dioxide under high pressure is commonly used in the process. When the pressure is lifted from the solution, the carbon dioxide is released as little bubbles, causing the solution to become effervescent, or fizzy. The dissolution of carbon dioxide in water, which produces carbonated water, is a common example. Because carbon dioxide is only weakly soluble in water, when the pressure is released, it separates as a gas.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) oversees the safety, hygienic, and accurate labelling of carbonated soft drinks. In reality, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has created Current Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMPs) for carbonated soft drinks, which outline the basic processes that producers and distributors must take to ensure that carbonated soft drinks are safe.
Carbonated water is water that has been injected with carbon dioxide gas by manufacturers. Drinking sparkling water gives you the same buzz as a soda, but without the calories and sugar. Natural flavours are used by the majority of carbonated water makers. Carbonated water is typically offered under the following names:
• Sparkling Water
• Soda Water
• Club Soda
• Fizzy Water
• Seltzer Water
Adolescents use a lot of energy drinks since they claim to boost their performance, endurance, and alertness. When considering the components of energy drinks and their benefits, the industry may want to reconsider what consumers truly require.
The demand for non-carbonated drinks known as energy drinks has surged as a result of greater urbanisation, rising disposable income, and growing health concern among Indian young. Long and inconsistent work hours, as well as an increase in the number of social gatherings, are leading Indian consumers to use energy drinks, which are largely classed as non-alcoholic, caffeinated beverages, and sports drinks. Energy drink sales have risen in recent years as a result of changing consumer lifestyles and increased demand for alcohol mixers.
Few Indian Major Players
1. Aayush Food & Herbs Ltd.
2. Dabur India Ltd.
3. Herbalife International India Pvt. Ltd.
4. Organic India Pvt. Ltd.
5. Patanjali Ayurved Ltd.
6. Tata Consumer Products Ltd.