Emergence of Covid-19 and High Demand for Healthy Alternatives to Alcoholic Beverages to
Boost Demand for Still Drinks
Still Drinks are nonalcoholic, noncarbonated beverages that include, coffees, enhanced waters,
flavored waters, juices, teas, and other such drinks. For many years, nonalcoholic beverages have
been recognized as legal alternatives to alcohol. These beverages can be consumed by anyone, of
any age, of any race and of any gender.
The term Still Drinks gained wide recognition during the early 1960s as more people became
aware that alcoholic beverages often had unpleasant side effects. Nonalcoholic beverages without
carbonation have gained popularity. Shops and restaurants now offer nonalcoholic versions of their
popular brands, like Smirnoff Ice or Long Island Iced Tea. Some nonalcoholic beverages are also
made with organic fruits, which is becoming more common as consumers become more aware of
the dangers of drinking alcohol.
Coffee is one of the most widely consumed still drinks. It has a stimulating effect due to the
presence of caffeine in the drink. Drinking coffee has demonstrated reduction in the risk of some
diseases. The demand for enhanced waters, flavored waters, juices, and teas has increased with the
emergence of Covid-19. Bottled water is considered as the ultimate health drink among consumers
and witnessed high demand during the first half of 2020. Other nonalcoholic beverages include,
juices made from fruits like raspberry, watermelon, mango, and coconut.
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