Transcript: the sugar in soft drinks leads to increase in weight and health problems such as diabetes. 15% of children suffer from obesity The United Arab Emirates occupies the second place in the incidence of diabetes in people, with approximately 18.7%. some solution to reduce drinking soft drinks The excessive intake of soft drinks increases the risk of cirrhosis of the liver. Soft drinks are industrial drinks added to it water, sugar, preservatives and gases. These drinks are different from each other depending on flavors. http://environment.about.com/od/health/a/soft_drinks.htm It is not alcoholic beverages. liver damage 70% of children will be overweight in the future # Prevent selling and marketing of soft drinks from supermarket. # Replace soft drinks with natural Juices. (A science experiment) As Dentists at the University of Iceland found that the acids in soft drinks are working on the erosion and tooth decay in children and adolescents. Soft Drink Soft drinks work to absorb calcium from the intestine. http://www.nhs.uk/news/2009/08August/Pages/FizzyDrinksFattyLiver.aspx References: # Make and produce milk with different flavors such as bananas, strawberries and chocolate. Alanood Abdulla 200807245 dental caries and erosion raise blood sugar 80% Amal's story fragility of bones anemia =33 grams 4 - 18 years old diabetes Wolff, E., & Dansinger, M. L. (2008). Soft drinks and weight gain: How strong is the link? Medscape Journal of Medicine,10(8), 189-189. # raise awareness among the people and educate them eating healthy foods and natural juices and show them the risks and damages of soft drinks. Some effects and interactions caused by soft drinks high sugar caffeine MacDonald, H. B. (2004). Soft drinks...soft bones? The Canadian Nurse, 100(4), Inside-Inside cover. # Provide students with natural and healthy foods rich in nutrients such as proteins and vitamins. As MacDonald said that "poor calcium intake, changing patterns of physical activity are reasons for fractures in bones” (1479)
Transcript: 6-11 year old kids consume 60% more sugary drinks. http://www.wndu.com/home/headlines/Sugar-Science-Too-much-sweet-in-what-we-eat-302965621.html Today many Americans have been drinking more soft drinks causing an increase in demand of three times more. Due to this, obesity has been one of the biggest effects "Obesity in the United States affects more than one third of American adults , and the consequences of this health condition are numerous, including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancer [1–5]. Because obesity disproportionately affects people of lower socioeconomic status (SES) [6, 7], as well as certain ethnic and racial minority groups. [8–10] ." (The Nutrition Source On Sugary Drinks, 1) The Issue Children who drink more than 4 servings of soda have attention problems. Works Cited By Karina A Cardozo How Much Sugar Should We Really Be Consuming? Studies have shown low-income neighborhoods in particular tend to have fewer supermarkets and more unheathy choices than high-income neighborhoods. Low-income neighborhoods have higher rates of obesity, high blood pressure, diagnosed with diabetes and many living in poverty. Children who drinks 1-2 serving of soda are highly likely to have agression behavior (violent) than those who dont drink soda at all. Effects Of Obesity The community should be more educated and have the interest to learn about what they're consuming. Have healthy food choices in vending machines. Schools shouldn't be serving children processed/frozen foods. Healthy food choices should be affordable (having a community garden during the summer). The government should cut back on taxes and should increase access to healthy foods within all communities, by incentivizing the opening of more food markets. Also changing farm subsidies to bring down the prices of healthy foods. GOAL! Adjoian, Tamar, et al. "Comparing Sugary Drinks In The Food Retail Environment In Six NYC Neighborhoods." Journal Of Community Health 39.2 (2014): 327-335. Academic Search Complete. Web. 31 Oct. 2015. Soft Drink Danger." NYTimes.com Video Collection 2013. Opposing Viewpoints in Context. Web. 30 Oct. 2015. Avizienis, Audra. "Soft Drink." How Products Are Made: An Illustrated Guide to Product Manufacturing. Ed. Kyung-Sun Lim. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale, 1996. 418-422. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 1 Nov. 2015. Sugary Drinks." The Nutrition Source. Harvard T.H Chan, n.d. Web. 01 Nov. 2015 McFadden, Maureen. "Sugar Science: Too Much Sweet in What We Eat?" <i>WNDU RSS</i>. WNDU, 27 May 2015. Web. 18 Nov. 2015. How Does it Affect CHildren? Soft Drinks If everyone takes care of themselves and their children, we can end the obesity epidemic. Toxic Ingridients found in Coca Cola ex. E95 Aspartame, GMO product and leads to Alzheimer's, memory loss, brain tumors Solutions Who Is Affected?
Transcript: increasing catalodges it takes 20 years to develop while most developed countries takes 80 years Economic improving technoloy fairly fragmented,top 3 players hold only 46.4 of the total market volume Social by the end of 2010, assets of the industry has measured up to 28.6 billion is important Soft Drinks people's attitudes it started to launch at 1980's
Transcript: “La crescita delle «private label» Natascia Ronchetti- Gennaio 2016 ” “The soft drinks industry: market dynamics and newtrends Alessio Boscaro- 2015» Water can be considered a substitute good because: - In a time of economic crisis, it is cheaper - It’s healthier than soft drinks because it doesn’t contain sugar and preservatives - As can be noted from the graphs, from 2010 to 2015 there was a great increase in water consumption For the elasticity we have considered soft drinks market in different countries of the world because it wasn’t possible to find an elasticity value referred only to Italy. Economic crisis: they are expensive Changes in lifestyle: search of healthier drinks Greater awareness of responsible drinking especially among young people How demand has changed? About 100 companies partecipate in the soft drinks market La Doria GRAZIE PER L'ATTENZIONE Are alcoholic beverages substitutes goods? Leading companies,on a percentage of 66%, on the juice and fruity drinks market Academic year 2016/2017 Data on supply: Data on elasticity: As can be noted, the difference in sales is mainly caused by a diffused belief , partly become a current trend, among the consumers : « Branded products are better than the ones sold in discounts» Answer: No, they aren’t, in fact, also for alcoholic beverages from 2005 to 2015 there was a reduction of total consumption, because of: - From 2010 to 2015 consumption has decreased of 14% - From August 2015, for a year, there was an even more decrease of 2% Climate -6% carbonates, Tea, +9% energy juices, caffè drinks and sport drinks San Benedetto Qualitative description of the market Conserve Italia Preference Leading companies, on a percentage of 71%, on the still and carbonated drinks market Search of healthier and low in sugar drinks In the decade 2000-2009 there was crearly an increase of consumption while from 2010 to 2015 has been a change of route Thery are often consumed togheter and in the same occasions (breakfast, aperitif, party etc…) In the last years, especially from 2012 to 2014, there was a reduction of 8% in consumption due to the same reasons: new healthy trends and search of biologic and sugar free products Thery are purchased in the same moment and place in fact even for snacks there is a big difference between the sales in hyper and discounts Both markets are characterized by a fairly elastic demand Complementary goods The consumers want drinks which guarantee quality, traceability and directness Value for money: the consumers want products which have appropriate prices to their values Eco-sustainability: there will be an increase in the demand for goods, services and innovative technologies that ensure the best respect for the environment Climate: according to expert meteorologists in the next 50 years there will be a rising temperatures which will cause, especially in summer, an increase in consumption of soft drinks thanks to their thirst-quenching and refreshing features References San Pellegrino Elasticity Factors that have influenced the demand: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/lifestyle/news/article.cfm?c_id=6&objectid=10853536 https://www.tutor2u.net/economics/blog/price-elasticity-of-demand-soft-drinks-vs-fruit-and-vegetables Pepsico Zuegg SOFT DRINKS MARKET Market investigation: Parmalat Temperatures below the seasonal average Presentation by: De Angelis Filomena Di Monaco Serena Fattorusso Rossella In the next future the companies will change their production strategies in order to improve their profit according to these main factors: Products offered: - Still and cabortaned drinks (including energy and sport drinks) - Juices and fruity drinks Geographical area considered: - Italy Types of consumers: - All age and income groups Time frame analyzed: - From 2000 to 2016 Please click here for the next presentation: http://prezi.com/nr2z-trbnpcc/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy The Universities of Otago and Auckland have made research on the links between the consumption of sugary drinks and health problems like diabetes By analyzing data from 32 high-income countries, including Italy, the study found that a tax leading to a 10% increase in price of soft drinks could cause a decrease of 24% in consumption giving a coefficient of (-)2.4, definitely in the "elastic" range. Actually, we just expected an elastic demand due to the crisis that soft drinks market is going through Sweet and savory snacks can be considered complementary goods of soft drinks because: Who takes part? Ingegneria Gestionale della Logistica e della Produzione Prof. Luca Iandoli Substitute goods How and where? How will soft drinks market change? What are the expectations of the producers? Bevitalia 2016-2017 freely available on the http://www.beverfood.com/ iriworldwide.com Confcommercio.iy Bimag.it www.inumeridelvino.it https://www.google.it/amp/www.mark-up.it/bevande-alcoliche-ecco-i-10- trend-di-consumo-in-italia/amp/ Consumers can buy soft drinks in different sales channels:
Transcript: How Product Is Created Infused CO2 to mineral water 1767 -- chalk Replicate natural, add flavor to 18th century Automatic production of glass bottles 1899 Started creating "sugar-free" @ World War II 110 billion containers in the 1990s 60% recycled -- highest rate Refillable/reusable containers By: Jason Hsi 1. Clean the water coagulation filtration chlorination 2. Dechlorinize 3. Sugar (proportioner) 4. Carbonation 5. Packaging 6. Distribution Materials LIFE CYCLE OF SOFT DRINKS INNOVATIONS AND INVENTIONS SOFT DRINKS Carbonated Water - 94% Sugar - 7-12% Preservatives and flavors - rest of the drink Container for drink Recycling of Container THE END
Transcript: HEALTH RISKS ABOUT SOFT DRINKS (48) Drink alot of water. You could also go to a doctor to get a prescription of water pills. It flushes out all the chimicles that are in the soft drinks. Lower your intake on soft/soda drinks. That or try and quit drinking them. SOFT DRINKS by kevin daniels TREATMENT FOR SOFT DRINKS SIDE EFFECTS Kidney Problems Messed-Up Metabolism Obesity Cell Damage Rotting Teeth Reproductive Issues Soft drinks are the beverage of choice for millions of Americans, but sugary drinks increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other chronic conditions. People who consume sugary drinks regularly—1 to 2 cans a day or more—have a 26% greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes than people who rarely have such drinks. (46) A study that followed 40,000 men for two decades found that those who averaged one can of a sugary beverage per day had a 20% higher risk of having a heart attack or dying from a heart attack than men who rarely consumed sugary drinks. (47) A related study in women found a similar sugary beverage–heart disease link.
Transcript: Effects Soft Drinks Soft Drinks A. Caffeine/Sugar B. Production/Terms C. Alcohol/Drugs History of Soft Drinks Health effects soft drinks have on us Health concerns Dental Problems Dentists usually tell people to drink soda out of a straw because the drink doesn't come in as much contact with your teeth If oral bacteria ferment carbohydrates and produce acids that may dissolve tooth enamel and induce dental decay Drink at your own risk! Some interesting tid bits: Who What When Soda has been around since the late 18th century The history of soft drinks begins with the making of fruit flavored drinks In 1767 Englishmen Joseph Priestley first discovered infusing water with carbon-dioxide. This started the making of soft drinks In the late 18th century Scientist made important progress in replicating naturally carbonated mineral waters The original 7up drink contained lithium citrate, a mood stabilizing drug until 1950 In March 2013 New York City's mayor tried to ban the sale of non-diet soft drinks larger than 16oz. except in convince stores and super markets Bone and DNA Damage Scientists have proven that soft drinks are related to bone density and bone loss Scientists have also proven that if you consume too much soda you have an increased chance of getting fractures History caffeine & Have on the Body
Transcript: Effect on Society & the Environment Some studies have suggested a link between drinking soda and obesity. Soda is high in sugar and calories. Combined with its practically nonexistent nutritional value, soda may cause drinkers to pack on the pounds without receiving even the smallest nutritional benefit. Surprisingly, drinking diet soda has been linked to weight gain as well. Drinking soda has been shown to contribute to tooth decay. Spokesmen for the soda industry have conceded this point. Interestingly, in recent years, levels of tooth decay in the United States and similarly developed countries have decreased. This is in spite of the fact that more people are drinking soda than ever before. At the same time, levels of obesity have risen. Obviously, the sugar consumption involved in drinking soda is cited for causing tooth decay. However, the acid in soda has been shown to erode tooth enamel, leading to dental cavities as well. In fact, the acid in soda can begin damaging enamel just 20 minutes after drinking soda. Putting aside the fact that soda has no nutritional value or that it contributes to childhood obesity, it turns out that drinking soda is worse for the environment than bottled water. First of all, the ingredients in regular soda include high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), replacing real sugar years ago due to government subsidies for corn farms, pesticides, and fertilizers. If we stop buying soda, the demand will go down. This would be better for the environment. Studies have shown that HFCS also contains mercury. Consumption of HFCS, now being “re-branded” as corn sugar can lead to diabetes, cancer, as well as obesity. Second, for those that think diet soda is a better choice, think again! Sugar substitutes have also been attacked for years. Some think that ingredients like Splenda are safe, but their long term effects are not known. Moreover, researchers and medical professionals have found that when people drink diet sodas their bodies react as if they are about to get some calories, but when they don’t, metabolic shifts that can lead to weight gain take place. Third, consider the fact that soda comes in plastic bottles and aluminum cans. While cans are often recycled, bottles are not. The energy that it takes to produce, bottle, ship, transport and load up all the vending machines, grocery stores and fast food outlets is staggering. Switching to water can significantly reduce CO2 emissions. In short, soda takes fuel to truck from the bottling facilities to our stores, it relies on genetically modified (GMO) corn crops and contains carcinogenic and/or toxic ingredients, whether its “diet” or regular. When you consider the fact that tap water is simple, healthy and free from the tap, why not go the natural route? Your body AND the environment will thank you! The Coca-Cola Company announced plans to increase its soft drink prices by 3% to 4% at the end of July. This is the second price increase for Coke within 2011, following a 2% increase earlier this year. The company indicated that the price increase, which will be implemented on July 31, is due to higher-than-anticipated commodity costs. Soft drink companies spend billions on advertising. Much of these marketing efforts are aimed at children through playgrounds, toys, cartoons, movies, videos, charities and amusement parks; and through contests, sweepstakes, games and clubs via television, radio, magazines and the internet. Their efforts have paid off. Last year soft drink companies grossed over $57 billion in sales in the U.S. alone, a colossal amount. It appears that bigger brands are continuing to increase prices because their costs of production and distribution have increased. It also appears that continued price adjustments may be forthcoming and that all brands will soon be forced to revise their prices accordingly higher. These price increases are likely to continue across the the food spectrum, including within generic, gourmet and restaurant prices. Analysts have anticipated coming beverage price increases, and several believed that some of the smaller soft-drink manufacturers, such as the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) were merely waiting out such price increases by the leading manufacturers. From 1985 to 1997, school districts decreased the amounts of milk they bought by nearly 30% and increased their purchases of carbonated soft drinks. Diet sodas that are low in calories are high in sodium. Too much salt in the diet may cause more calcium to be excreted in the urine and increase the risk of osteoporosis. Laws and Policies The Department of Health and Human Services has the authority to determine which artificial sweetners are used in the production of soft drinks. HOWEVER: Though it seems their intentions are to safeguard the health of the public... Policies to enhance student health across the country led to the passing of school regulations, (such as the High School Soda Ban and K-8 Soda Ban) eliminating the sale of soft
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