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1. NON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE Non-alcoholic beverage refers to non-intoxication drinks or soft drinks, which doesn’t have a bit of liquor by volume or yeast is not introduced to convert sugar into alcohol during fermentation. They are considered as drinks, which can be have according to the choice and standard. They are found in the bottle or canned or open liquids to consume in any stage of the meal or without meal. The bottles or cans are hygienically packed and sold in the market in the safe manner, e.g. aerated waters, mineral water, juices, squashes, syrups, etc. A Non-Alcoholic Beverage (also known as a virgin drink) is defined in the U.S. as a beverage that contains less than 0.0% alcohol free by volume.
2. Non-Alcoholic beverage is sold and consumes by human according to their needs and requirement, and no any bar law can restrict its sale as it doesn’t have any intoxicating character. Therefore, soft drinks can be sold or consumed in any time of the day or night, and any type of the span of life. In hospitality industries, the non-alcoholic beverage are essentially provided and served as a breakfast, lunch, and dinner with or without meal to the customer. We prefer juice, lassi, squash, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, soft drinks like coke, sprite, fanta, real etc. as non-alcoholic beverages.
3. Sodas, juices and sparkling cider contain little or no alcohol. However, non-alcoholic beer and non-alcoholic wine undergo an alcohol-removal process that may leave a small amount of alcohol because of this, some states have legal restrictions on non-alcoholic beer and wine. Drinks, or Beverages, are liquids specifically prepared for human consumption. In addition to basic needs, beverages form part of the culture of human society. Despite the fact that most beverages, including juice, soft drinks, and carbonated drinks, have some form of water in them; water itself is often not classified as a beverage, and the word beverage has been recurrently defined as not referring to water.
4. TYPES OF NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ? CARBONATED DRINKS Carbonated drinks refer to drinks which have carbon dioxide dissolved into them. This can happen naturally through fermenting and in natural water spas or artificially by the dissolution of carbon dioxide under pressure. The first commercially available artificially carbonated drink is believed to have been produced by Thomas Henry in the late 1770s. Cola, orange, root beer, ginger, and lemon/lime are commonly used to create non-alcoholic carbonated drinks; sugars and preservatives may be added later.
5. FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICES ? Fruit juice is a natural product that contains few or no additives. Citrus products such as orange juice and tangerine juice are familiar breakfast drinks, while Grapefruit juice, pineapple, apple, grape, lime, and lemon juice are also common. Coconut water is a highly nutritious and refreshing juice. ? Many kinds of berries are crushed; their juices are mixed with water and sometimes sweetened. Raspberry, blackberry and currants are popular juices drinks but the percentage of water also determines their nutritive value. ? Fruits are highly perishable so the ability to extract juices and store them was of significant value. Some fruits are highly acidic and mixing them with water and sugars or honey was often necessary to make them palatable.
6. FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICES ? Early storage of fruit juices was labor-intensive, requiring the crushing of the fruits and the mixing of the resulting pure juices with sugars before bottling. ? Vegetable juice are usually served warm or cold. Different types of vegetables can be used to make vegetable juice such as carrots, tomatoes, cucumbers, celery and many more. Some vegetable juices are mixed with some fruit juice to make the vegetable juice taste better. ? Many popular vegetable juices, particularly ones with high tomato content, are high in sodium, and therefore consumption of them for health must be carefully considered. Some vegetable juices provide the same health benefits as whole vegetables in terms of reducing risks of cardiovascular disease and cancer.
|Business Type :
||Manufacturer / Exporters / Service Providers / Wholesale Suppliers
|Year of Estd :
|Company Turnover :
||Below Rs. 0.5 Crore Approx.
||Individual (Sole proprietorship)