Can blow molding products keep pace with the development of healthy drinks?


Author: MULAN -Plastic Molding Manufacturer

The beverage industry has always been a strong partner of blow molding product manufacturers. In the beverage industry, more than 60% of brand merchants use blow molding products to blow mold bottled beverages. It can be said that the production of bottled blow molding products is closely related to the sales of beverages. In recent years, there have been news on the Internet that since 2016, the sales of Pepsi and Coca-Cola have declined significantly. Sales of carbonated soft drinks in the U.S. have fallen for the 11th year in a row, while soda consumption has fallen to a 30-year low. Downward pressure in related industries has made soft drink giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo struggle in recent years, as both companies have faced slow economic growth and, in some years, declining market share. Sugary soft drinks are now facing a very difficult period of headwinds, and perhaps the outlook is even more bleak, and they may even be eliminated by the times forever. For investors, it is particularly important to have careful observation and judgment on the current situation. Sugary soft drinks are a thing of the past, and the soft drinks of the future may contain no sugar at all. But your taste buds may not be able to taste the difference at all. Replacing sugar with an innovative zero-calorie, plant-based stevia ingredient clearly has a very significant impact on public health, while also dodging soda taxes and mindless investors. Regardless of the actual situation, as far as the current changes in our life concepts and eating habits are becoming more and more obvious, the characteristics of focusing on health preservation are more prominent. So this means that in the beverage industry, the concept of health and products with lower sugar content will be more accepted by people. In carbonated beverages, the original glass packaging and aluminum cans are gradually being packaged in blow-molded products. We believe that beverages with relatively vague concepts do not have a prominent packaging form. For example, some teas, fruit juices, and functional drinks. But in health drinks, we know that some dairy products are more inclined to carton packaging. If we start from health and environmental protection, whether our blow molding products can keep up with health drinks and go ahead of consumers is a question we need to think about.

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