The Georgia Beverage Association (GeorgiaBev) is the trade association for Georgia’s refreshing, non-alcoholic beverage industry, serving the public and its members since 1918. Formerly known as the Georgia Soft Drink Association, our name was changed in 2005 to better reflect the expanded range of non-alcoholic beverages our industry provides Georgia consumers. Our member companies manufacture and distribute a wide range of refreshing beverages including: 100% juice and juice drinks, ready-to-drink teas, sports drinks, bottled water and soft drinks.

GeorgiaBev’s mission is to promote the development, preservation, operation and general welfare of the beverage industry in Georgia. GeorgiaBev represents bottlers, franchise companies and support industries of the non-alcoholic beverage industry. GeorgiaBev represents its members on the federal, state and local levels of government.

GeorgiaBev provides a neutral forum in which members convene to discuss issues of interest, while maintaining their tradition of spirited competition in the marketplace. The Association also serves as a liaison between the industry, public, and provides a unified voice in legislative and regulatory matters.

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  • Fewer Calories

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The beverage industry is proud to support and be a part of communities across the country. #jobs #economicimpact
The beverage industry is proud to support and be a part of communities across the country. #jobs #economicimpact

The government likes to reach into our pockets and make our choices for us, but we believe there is a better way.
The government likes to reach into our pockets and make our choices for us, but we believe there is a better way.

Georgia’s beverage companies have a history of working with local partners to build stronger communities because we live and work here too.
Georgia’s beverage companies have a history of working with local partners to build stronger communities because we live and work here too.

Soda taxes are not only regressive, but they are also ineffective in accomplishing their stated public health goals. Read more here: https://www.ameribev.org/education-resources/blog/post/the-bottom-line-soda-taxes-don-t-work/
Soda taxes are not only regressive, but they are also ineffective in accomplishing their stated public health goals. Read more here: https://www.ameribev.org/education-resources/blog/post/the-bottom-line-soda-taxes-don-t-work/

Happy National Beverage Day! #DYK this day used to be called Bottled Carbonated Beverage Day? Dating back to the early 1920s. Here’s a snippet of an ad from 1925!
Happy National Beverage Day! #DYK this day used to be called Bottled Carbonated Beverage Day? Dating back to the early 1920s. Here’s a snippet of an ad from 1925!

Calorie information shouldn’t be difficult to find or decipher. That’s why America’s beverage companies are placing it up front on every can, bottle and pack produced.
Calorie information shouldn’t be difficult to find or decipher. That’s why America’s beverage companies are placing it up front on every can, bottle and pack produced.

The country is facing a massive truck driver shortage that’s increasing the costs of consumer good and hurting the economy. The DRIVE-Safe Act will create a pathway to both qualify more drivers for the trucking profession and instill a culture of safety. #ABAFlyIn2019
The country is facing a massive truck driver shortage that’s increasing the costs of consumer good and hurting the economy. The DRIVE-Safe Act will create a pathway to both qualify more drivers for the trucking profession and instill a culture of safety. #ABAFlyIn2019

America’s beverage companies are working to decrease sugar consumed from beverages by bringing people more choices with less sugar or no sugar at all, as well as smaller portions. #abaflyin2019
America’s beverage companies are working to decrease sugar consumed from beverages by bringing people more choices with less sugar or no sugar at all, as well as smaller portions. #abaflyin2019

The beverage industry is committed to being part of real solutions to help combat obesity. Through the Clear on Calories initiative, the Calories Count Beverage Vending Program and “Drink Up!,” we are supporting consumers in their efforts to reduce the sugar and calories they consume from beverages. #abaflyin2019
The beverage industry is committed to being part of real solutions to help combat obesity. Through the Clear on Calories initiative, the Calories Count Beverage Vending Program and “Drink Up!,” we are supporting consumers in their efforts to reduce the sugar and calories they consume from beverages. #abaflyin2019

America’s beverage companies have reduced beverage calories shipped to schools across America by more than 90 percent by voluntarily removing full-calorie soft drinks from K-12 schools and replacing them with lower-calorie and smaller-portion options. #ABAFlyIn2019
America’s beverage companies have reduced beverage calories shipped to schools across America by more than 90 percent by voluntarily removing full-calorie soft drinks from K-12 schools and replacing them with lower-calorie and smaller-portion options. #ABAFlyIn2019

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