Statistics show that the recyclable materials in the U.S.

Supreme Court has directed FSSAI to monitor and conduct periodic checks of all carbonated soft drinks citing that the issue relates to fundamental right to life. Read text of this order issued by the apex court on 22 October 2013.

Micro- and macro-element contents of several commercial fruit juices purchased from marked were determined by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy. Among the minor elements determined, Zn, Cu, Mn, Mo, Co, Cd and Ni were found to be lover. Major mineral contents of fruit juices were established as Ca, K, Mg and P. The potassium contents of fruit juices were determined at the higher levels. K contents of fruit juices ranged between 475 mg/kg (B apricot) and 1478 mg/kg (B peach).

Implications well beyond cola market; demands for similar enforcement here of new US standard

Coca-Cola India will import caramel made through a modified process from its international suppliers to allay any fear that excessive drinking of colas could have an adverse impact on health. However, no deadline for the change has been fixed by the soft drinks major.

CSE laboratory tests show energy drinks contain excess caffeine; their market grows without checks.

Centre for Science and Environment’s Pollution Monitoring Lab carries out tests on leading ‘energy’ drink brands like Red Bull and Cloud 9. Finds high levels of caffeine in 44 per cent of the samples.

Energy drinks sold freely in India – and consumed especially by the young to increase stamina and alertness of mind contain 'dangerously high' levels of caffeine finds CSE's latest study and calls for strict regulatory controls over caffeine content.

Sports and energy drinks are being marketed to children and adolescents for a wide variety of inappropriate uses. Sports drinks and energy drinks are significantly different products, and the terms should not be used interchangeably.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its judgment on a batch of pleas filed by global softdrink majors Pepsico challenging the Kerala government

A fake soft drink unit that refilled glass bottles of branded soft drinks with a chemical mixed with water and sugar, was busted in northeast Delhi recently. The cops confirm that there may be many more units operating in the city.
So, the next time you are thinking about enjoying a chilled bottle of cola, make sure you pick the right one, as the market is flooded with spurious drinks.