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The Canadian Beverage Association is the leading source of information on the non-alcoholic refreshment beverage industry in Canada.

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New report from The Conference Board of Canada

The Canadian Beverage Association partnered with The Conference Board of Canada to benchmark and verify progress of the Balance Calories initiative. The Conference Board's Baseline Report is now available.

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Balance Calories

Canada’s beverage companies have formed a powerful new collaborative partnership with the Conference Board of Canada with the goal of reducing the non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed per person in Canada by 20% by 2025.

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News & Media Releases

The Canadian Beverage Association media centre has information for Canadian journalists about topics related to our industry.

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A leader in industry initiatives

The Canadian beverage industry has a successful track record of leading voluntary initiatives. They include Balance Calories, restricting marketing to children, eliminating full-calorie soft drinks from schools, and implementing front-of-pack calorie labeling.

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Recent Updates

Statement regarding new bottled water charges in Ontario from Canadian Beverage Association (CBA)

June 8, 2017 (Toronto) – Ontario bottled water permits account for only 0.001% (one-thousandth of one percent) of the 377...

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CBA statement regarding research, “Diet drinks and possible association with stroke and dementia”

APRIL 21, 2017 (TORONTO) – Jim Goetz, President of the Canadian Beverage Association, released this statement today in response to...

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Canadian Beverage Association statement regarding University of Waterloo report on beverage tax in Canada

— Report findings do not reflect Canadian marketplace — March 16, 2017 (TORONTO) – In response to the report released...

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Canadian context on refreshment beverage consumption: CBA statement in response to today’s University of Waterloo research

February 10, 2017 (TORONTO) – Canadians’ per capita sugars intake from non-alcoholic refreshment beverages has decreased by 20% since 2004.[1]...

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Recent Tweets

100% juice is a quick, convenient way to top up your daily fruits and veggies intake #EatYourVegetablesDay

Great work by @RecycleMB, now recycling 70% of beverage containers! CBA is proud to support this innovative program https://t.co/9qupMQzQL8

Record high of 70% of all beverage containers #recycled in #Manitoba - fastest growing rate on the continent! https://t.co/6hd4l04E0Z

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