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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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CBA BC Refrigeration Units Stewardship Plan (2018)

View the CBA’s updated Refrigeration Units Stewardship Plan (2018)

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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

Balance Calories Initiative – Success is in the Numbers

Conference Board of Canada reports calories are down from non-alcoholic beverages consumed by Canadians across all ages and regions. Click...

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CBA and CBWA Statement in Response to CBC Marketplace Study

March 29, 2018 (TORONTO) Members of the Canadian Beverage Association (CBA) and the Canadian Bottled Water Association (CBWA) maintain the...

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A better environment for future generations

November 7, 2017  ATTN: Tim Gray Executive Director Environmental Defence 116 Spadina Ave., Suite 300 Toronto, ON M5V 2K6 Dear...

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Canadian Beverage Association statement regarding Canadian Medical Association Journal artificial sweeteners study

Low- and no-calorie sweeteners are among some of the most exhaustively researched ingredients in the world.

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Recent Tweets

Excellent news from Encorp (@AllenLangdon) the organization leading the B.C. beverage recycling program through @Return_It. In 20 years, this program has increased B.C.'s return rate to 75% & has kept one billion drink containers out of landfills this year alone. Congratulations!

Allen Langdon@AllenLangdon

1 billion and counting: B.C. adds new tactic to increase drink container recycling | CBC News https://t.co/OhK61Q2we6 @Return_It

Congratulations to Premier @RachelNotley on the announcement to invest in the Alberta School Nutrition Program. Education on food & beverage consumption is essential in supporting better health outcomes for all Canadians! #supportingbetterhealthoutcomes #educationmatters

Rachel Notley@RachelNotley

A good breakfast is the foundation of a good day - and a good future.
This morning, I had breakfast with new friends and told them we’re expanding our School Nutrition Program.
30,000 kids across Alberta will get healthy food at school.
#ableg #abed
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Great to see a commitment to expanded recycling in Winnipeg parks discussed last night. The beverage industry will be a willing partner to make it a reality through the Recycle Everywhere program.

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