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While spinde and chuck cappers might still be used as well as a pressure sensitive wrap labeler carbonated beverages may use unique closures and labels that require a different type of machine. However the biggest difference lies in the filling equipment and the counter pressure filler. ALCOHOLS OR SPIRITS Again with alcohols and spirits the bottle size and shape may differ more than would be seen with bottled water. But surprisingly much of the equipment may be the same. Overflow fillers can work with alcohol or distilled spirits though gravity fillers may also be a popular choice. Capping machines may also be unique in that bartop corkers are popular for corks T-corks and other stopper type closures. Capsule spinners are also somewhat unique to alcohols and spirits though they may be seen on olive oils sauces and some other products. These extra machines will use heat or a spinner (for plastic or tin capsules respectively) to provide tamper evidence and aesthetic value to the product. The biggest difference however will be the sensors used in the vicinity of the fill area on the packaging line. Many distilled spirits lines will use intrinsically safe sensors floats pumps and other components near the fill zone to protect against the flammable properties that come with these products.
Across all functional health beverage product lines energy drinks are the fastest-growing sector a trend that shows no sign of slowing in the immediate future. The nutraceutical-wellness drink sector is the least developed but possibly the most exciting category with drinks containing ingredients such as probiotics prebiotics soy proteins and phytosterols. Over-the-top premium pricing policies have also restricted sales in some circumstances although a recent US survey showed 40 per cent of consumers were willing to pay a premium for products containing added nutritional benefits. The same study ranked these benefits and found energy enhancement illness prevention heart health anticancer effects relaxation mood enhancement and sexual enhancement were the most desirable.
This move proved to be very effective with a 30% decline in alcohol consumption however soon people reverted to illegal ways of producing and transporting liquor as criminal activities began to rise. Although there have been certain advancements since the prohibition none of them have had serious implications on how alcoholic beverages are perceived. It is however important to note that commercialization and globalization has made it easier for consumers to enjoy a wider variety of liqueurs spirits and other alcoholic beverages. Improve your memory? Lift your mood? Relieve tension? A growing market of "functional health beverages" enhanced with herbs and other ingredients promise to improve your health. But do these drinks really offer health benefits? Judging by the reaction to these products the answer is a resounding yes.