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Packages for non-carbonated beverages

Packagers of juices, sports drinks, ready-to-drink teas and new-age beverages have dramatically increased their use of plastic in the last six years, primarily at the expense of glass and cans.
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These figures which exclude dairy and water products represent beverage processors' average utilization of each material for the years shown. The findings are based on annual telephone surveys of over 2 beverage plants in IAFIS's database which the association says represents nearly all such plants in the U.S. and Canada.

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