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Proud Implementation Partner of the Canada Plastics Pact

The Canadian Beverage Association has joined the Canada Plastics Pact, bringing together business, government, and non-governmental organizations across the plastics value chain with the common goal of building on the plastic’s circular economy.

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Welcome

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

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Newly Released Energy Drinks Report

Ipsos, in collaboration with the Canadian Beverage Association, has published a research report on caffeinated energy drink consumption in Canada. Click Learn More to access the newly-released report.

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NEW Conference Board of Canada Report shows calories from beverages down 16% since 2014.

The Balance Calories Initiative launched in 2014 with the goal of reducing the non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed per person in Canada by 20% by 2025. With the new 2020 report, “Finding Balance”, the data shows that BCI is on track to meet its goal.

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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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Proud Implementation Partner of the Canada Plastics Pact

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

CBA Proud to be a Partner in the Canada Plastics Pact

Today, the Canadian Beverage Association is proud to stand with so many businesses, non-government organizations and with government to launch...

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Canada’s biggest retailers and consumer packaged goods brands support “Golden Design Rules” to reduce plastic waste

Le version français suit l’anglais December 9, 2020 – Toronto, ON – More than twenty Canadian retail and consumer packaged...

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Ontario Government Blue Box Transition to Extended Producer Responsibility

On August 21, 2019, the Ontario Government announced a recycling plan that will transition the financing and management of the...

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Arbitrary Fees Imposed by Large Grocery Retailers Will Cost Canadian Consumers and Impact Canada’s Food Security

Le version français suit l’anglais Joint Statement by Farming and Processing Associations (Ottawa) August 6th, 2020 – The latest round...

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Recent Tweets

With a national beverage bottle recycling rate of approximately 75%, and overall national plastic recycling rate of only 11%, the beverage industry is a demonstrated leader in Canadian recycling. Even still, we want every bottle back and in the #circulareconomy where they belong.

Ever wonder what happens to your plastic bottles after they're collected? 🤔

Watch our NEW video "The Secret Lives of a Plastic Beverage Container" to find out! 🕵️‍♂️

🎥 Watch now: http://return-it.ca/blog/plastics-video/

PET is a valuable plastic resource that helps fund recycling programs across Canada – in fact, there is not enough recovered PET to meet market demand. #MadeToBeRemade 🌍 ♻️ 🌳

Recent Facebook Posts

The beverage industry supports provincial and territorial beverage container recovery agencies across the country and champions the stewardship of 5.7-billion beverage containers distributed in Canada each year. ... See MoreSee Less
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DID YOU KNOW? The beverage industry was instrumental in starting Canada’s first-ever Blue Box program in Ontario and brought beverage producers together to launch Manitoba’s highly successful Recycle Everywhere program. ♻️🌳🌏 ... See MoreSee Less
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