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.

  • More Choices

  • Smaller Portions

  • Fewer Calories

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Whether or not you have the luck of the Irish, it’s important to stay hydrated. America’s beverage companies offer a wide variety of bottled waters and sparkling waters for you to enjoy.
Whether or not you have the luck of the Irish, it’s important to stay hydrated. America’s beverage companies offer a wide variety of bottled waters and sparkling waters for you to enjoy.

Today you can find the widest range of beverage options with reduced- or zero-sugar and in smaller portions than ever before.
Today you can find the widest range of beverage options with reduced- or zero-sugar and in smaller portions than ever before.

America’s beverage companies are constantly working to further protect our most precious resources – including by reducing water use at our beverage facilities.
America’s beverage companies are constantly working to further protect our most precious resources – including by reducing water use at our beverage facilities.

Don’t forget to adjust your clocks one hour ahead tomorrow!
Don’t forget to adjust your clocks one hour ahead tomorrow!

March is National Nutrition Month. America’s beverage companies offer a variety of reduced- and zero-sugar beverages to support your efforts to reach your nutrition goals. Learn more at balanceus.org.
March is National Nutrition Month. America’s beverage companies offer a variety of reduced- and zero-sugar beverages to support your efforts to reach your nutrition goals. Learn more at balanceus.org.

America’s beverage companies have changed the school beverage landscape by reducing beverage calories available in schools. Check out the results at https://tinyurl.com/y96rajce
America’s beverage companies have changed the school beverage landscape by reducing beverage calories available in schools. Check out the results at https://tinyurl.com/y96rajce

Capitol friends:  Today is my fantastic intern’s birthday.  If you see Emily Combs in the hallway,  join me in wishing her a happy birthday!
Capitol friends: Today is my fantastic intern’s birthday. If you see Emily Combs in the hallway, join me in wishing her a happy birthday!

Almost a decade ago, beverage companies placed calorie counts on the front of every bottle, can and pack to make it easier to find the beverage that’s right for you and your family.
Almost a decade ago, beverage companies placed calorie counts on the front of every bottle, can and pack to make it easier to find the beverage that’s right for you and your family.

Taxes that single out one item in the grocery cart disproportionally fall on working families and small businesses.
Taxes that single out one item in the grocery cart disproportionally fall on working families and small businesses.

Happy #presidentsday from the Georgia Beverage Association!
Happy #presidentsday from the Georgia Beverage Association!

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