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In Michigan, legislative progress has moved in fits and starts toward an expansion of the Wolverine State's bottle bill to include non-carbonated beverage bottles.
Its launch of Vanilla Coke stood as one of the company's most successful ever and Minute Maid, its key non-carbonated beverage business, was showing positive momentum against rival PepsiCo's Tropicana and others.
Product lines include coffee grinders and brewers, espresso machines, powdered beverage dispensers, non-carbonated beverage dispensers, granita machines and frozen beverage dispensers.
For example, in 1999, non-carbonated beverage processors reported buying more new equipment than used equipment for the first time in recent years.
The new product is part of PCPPI's plan to jack up the revenue share of non-carbonated beverage to 50 percent from the current range of 20-30 percent within the next three years, PPCPI president Partho Chakrabarti told reporters after the product launch.
In addition to expanding the programs to include these non-carbonated beverage containers, some proposals call for the inclusion of wine and liquor bottles, an increase in the deposit amount or the allocation of unredeemed deposits to the state.
carbonated beverage market, beaten Coke in orange juice and bottled water and taken a commanding lead in the faster-growing non-carbonated beverage business.
Juice and non-carbonated beverage bottles reached 1.07 billion lb in 2005 and are predicted to go up 7.0%/yr over the next three years.
The changes proposed by the BBBBC include expanding the law to include non-carbonated beverage containers, such as bottled water, teas and juices; increasing deposits from 5 cents to 10 cents; and allocating unredeemed deposits to an Environmental Protection Fund to support recycling and waste prevention efforts state-wide.
Applications include baked goods, carbonated and non-carbonated beverage products, dairy products, cereals, canned goods and desserts.
END USES FOR LIDS, CAPS, CLOSURES & OVERCAPS Product Market % of Market Soft-Drink Bottles 21.2 Household & Industrial Chemicals 11.8 Dairy Containers 10.4 Pails (Injection Molded) 9.2 Liquid Food Containers; (Blow Molded) 8.3 Juices & Non-Carbonated Beverage: 6.9 Consumer Food Containers (Injection Moleded) 5.8 Personal Care & Cosmetics 5.0 Drums & Pails (Blow Molded) 4.1 Water Bottles 4.1 Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare 4.0 Motor oil 3.5 Auto & Marine Fluids 2.6 Dry Food 1.4 Agricultural Chemicals 1.2 Paint & Related Products 0.4 Total 100
The company produces and distributes a wide range of carbonated soft drinks as well as a large selection of non-carbonated beverages including packaged drinking water sold under trademarks owned by PepsiCo.
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