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Beverage (Non Alcoholic) Distributor Services Tips

Have you ever wondered why Coca-Cola is always sold fresh at the local grocery store? One may wonder how a grocery store always has an endless supply of soft drink beverages that are still fresh according to the packaged date. The leading entities responsible for safe delivery of soft drinks to merchandisers are soft beverage distributors. These beverage companies ensure that grocery stores, convenience stores, and drug stores receive shipments of high quality soft drink beverages on a daily or weekly basis.

One of the main duties of soft beverage distributors is ensuring timely delivery of cases of soft drinks. A consumer does not want to open a beverage (non alcohol) to realize it is old. There is nothing worse than drinking a soda without any carbonation left in it. Soft drink beverage companies make sure soft drinks are sold fresh, so consumers can enjoy a beverage - non alcohol that is refreshing and sweet. One of the major challenges distributors face is ensuring the safe delivery of soft drinks to merchandisers. When shipping cases of soft drinks in glass containers, distributors must be sure to package goods in a secure fashion. Otherwise, just one cracked bottle can result in a lengthy lawsuit. A lot of soft drink companies have now chosen to use plastic in packaging soft drinks, because it releases them of liability for injuries caused by the glass. In the past, consumers would often sue the distributor for becoming harmed after drinking from a cracked glass bottle.