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The History of Soda
Transcript of The History of Soda
Soda Bibliography Soda Distribution Soda Distribution offers wholesale soda products to consumers and businesses. Products are sold in large cases, with 2 liter bottles and cans available. Major brand sodas available include Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Fanta. Soda During the prohibition, people went to soda shops to quench their thirsts to find an alternative to alcohol. The greatest advantage to soda was that they could afford one anytime anywhere with such a portable bottle. They were in sealed bottles to keep the fizz from escaping only until cans were invented as well.
Several soda companies began to monopolize the trading market which resulted in a small number of soda remaining in the market. The public has a limited number of sodas to select from as a result. The existence of the soda shop has disappeared with the exception of several shops that offer soda with real cane sugar instead of corn syrup. Though the true ingredients are kept in a bank vault, there is no doubt that cocaine was a major part of the popularity of soda. Bottled Soda This is AP US, not Mr. Duncan's World Geo Class
SO WHAT!? In 1767, Joseph Priestly invented carbonated water. Not only until the early 20th century was soda handled primarily by local pharmacists due to their lack of experience with chemistry and medicine. By 1835, the first bottled soda was produced in the United States and the local drugstore evolved into the central attraction in the towns of America. These beverages were a major part of pharmacology and part refreshment. It wasn’t common for people to gulp down a whole bottle once in a while since it would cost them a dozen. The Beginning In 1914, all drugs were over the counter, therefore pharmacists would often mix drugs like cocaine and caffeine into these beverages to cure headaches. This began a negative impact on the soda industry as people saw them as habit forming. Would you like a can of drugs? During World War II, soda along with tobacco and toiletries were considered as an essential item to the soldiers’ morale. Soda was often given to those who served addition services such as the RED Cross or community service. Various soda fountains were even installed in navy ships for those across the world. Many American troops were praised for what they had done, especially due to the Americans love for the soda fountains and non-alcoholic drinks along with the temperance movements. The Soda Era Carbonated beverages are produced through injecting carbon dioxide into the drink by a certain pressure. Large volumes of gases are dissolved at high pressures, thus giving soda the fizzy taste. Once the pressure is released, carbon dioxide begins to go back to the atmosphere. Therefore the drink would become what we call “flat”. How it's Produced Cycle Resources Sometime in the 1920's, the first "Hom-Paks" were invented. "Hom-Paks" are the familiar six-pack carrying cartons. Automatic vending machines also began to appear in the 1920's. The soft drink had become an American mainstay. Vending Machines Timeline
1798 The term "soda water" is first coined.
1810 First U.S. patent is issued for the manufacture of imitation mineral waters.
1819 The "soda fountain" is patented by Samuel Fahnestock.
1835 The first bottled soda water is available in the U.S.
1850 A manual, hand & foot operated, filling & corking device, is first used for bottling soda water.
1851 Ginger ale is created in Ireland
1861 The term "pop" is first coined.
1874 The first ice-cream soda is sold.
1876 Root beer is mass produced for public sale.
1881 The first cola-flavored beverage is introduced.
1885 Charles Aderton invented "Dr Pepper" in Waco, Texas.
1886 "Coca-Cola" is invented in Atlanta, Georgia by Dr. John S. Pemberton.
1892 The crown bottle cap is invented by William Painter.
1898 "Pepsi-Cola" is invented by Caleb Bradham.
1899 The first patent is issued for a glass blowing machine, used to produce glass bottle.
1913 Gas motored trucks replace horse drawn carriages as delivery vehicles.
1919 The American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages is formed.
1920 The U.S. Census reports that more than 5,000 bottlers now exist.
Early 1920's The first automatic vending machines dispense sodas into cups.
1923 Six-pack soft drink cartons called "Hom-Paks" are created.
1929 The Howdy Company debuted it's new drink "Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Sodas" later called "7 Up". Invented by Charles Leiper Grigg.
1934 Applied color labels are first used on soft drink bottles. The coloring was baked on the face of the bottle.
1952 The first diet soft drink is sold called the "No-Cal Beverage".
1957 The first aluminum cans are used.
1959 The first diet cola is sold.
1962 The pull-ring tab is invented.
1965 Is the first time soft drinks in cans are dispensed from vending machines.
1965 The resealable top is invented.
1966 The American Bottlers of Carbonated Beverages is renamed The National Soft Drink Association.
1970 Is first time plastic bottles are used for soft drinks.
1973 The PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottle is created.
1974 The stay-on tab is invented.
1981 The "talking" vending machine is invented. Before the currently known bottled soda became popular, soda fountains were the sole source of this delicious drink. The fountains were located inside pharmacies, which held all sorts of ingredients for the sodas, including tinctures, strong drugs like cocaine, and medicinal syrups. The pharmacists who served these sodas tended to the needs of their customers greatly by making the environment aesthetically pleasing. Independent soda shops began to appear in American towns as these non-alcoholic drinks became popular. New flavors such as cinnamon, anise, banana, blackberry, almond, cream soda, maple, lemon, ginger ale, green apple, chocolate, peppermint, cherry, and vanilla were invented. Soda Shops Soda Fountain "A Brief History of Soda." Home Soda Fountain Machines, Wunder-Bar Soda Guns, Draft Arms, Towers, and more - SodaParts.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 30 May 2013. <http://www.sodaparts.com/blog/a-brief-history-of-soda>.
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