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- Carbonated Soft Drinks: Formulation and Manufacture
- Formulation And Production Carbonated Soft Drinks
Steen and Philip R. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, except as permitted by the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act , without the prior permission of the publisher. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formulation And Production Carbonated Soft Drinks
Soft drink , any of a class of nonalcoholic beverages, usually but not necessarily carbonated, normally containing a natural or artificial sweetening agent, edible acids, natural or artificial flavours, and sometimes juice. Natural flavours are derived from fruits , nuts , berries , roots , herbs, and other plant sources.
Coffee , tea , milk , cocoa , and undiluted fruit and vegetable juices are not considered soft drinks. The term soft drink was originated to distinguish the flavoured drinks from hard liquor , or distilled spirits. Soft drinks were recommended as a substitute in the effort to change the hard-drinking habits of early Americans. There are many specialty soft drinks. Mineral waters are very popular in Europe and Latin America. Kava , made from roots of a bushy shrub, Piper methysticum , is consumed by the people of Fiji and other Pacific islands.
In Cuba people enjoy a carbonated cane juice; its flavour comes from unrefined syrup. In tropical areas, where diets frequently lack sufficient protein , soft drinks containing soybean flour have been marketed. In Egypt carob locust bean extract is used. The whey obtained from making buffalo cheese is carbonated and consumed as a soft drink in North Africa.
Some eastern Europeans enjoy a drink prepared from fermented stale bread. Honey and orange juice go into a popular drink of Israel. The first marketed soft drinks appeared in the 17th century as a mixture of water and lemon juice sweetened with honey.
In the Compagnie de Limonadiers was formed in Paris and granted a monopoly for the sale of its products. Vendors carried tanks on their backs from which they dispensed cups of lemonade. Carbonated beverages and waters were developed from European attempts in the 17th century to imitate the popular and naturally effervescent waters of famous springs , with primary interest in their reputed therapeutic values.
The effervescent feature of the waters was recognized early as most important. Flemish scientist Jan Baptista van Helmont first used the term gas in his reference to the carbon dioxide content. French physician Gabriel Venel referred to aerated water, confusing the gas with ordinary air. British scientist Joseph Black named the gaseous constituent fixed air. In he demonstrated a small carbonating apparatus to the College of Physicians in London, suggesting that, with the aid of a pump, water might be more highly impregnated with fixed air.
French chemist Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier made the same suggestion in Swiss jeweler Jacob Schweppe read the papers of Priestley and Lavoisier and determined to make a similar device. By he was selling his highly carbonated artificial mineral waters to his friends in Geneva; later he started a business in London. At first, bottled waters were used medicinally, as evidenced in a letter written by English industrialist Matthew Boulton to philosopher Erasmus Darwin in Schweppe prepares his mineral waters of three sorts.
By about , improvements in manufacturing processes allowed a much greater output, and bottled water became popular. Mineral salts and flavours were added— ginger about , lemon in the s, tonic in All ingredients used in soft drinks must be of high purity and food grade to obtain a quality beverage.
These include the water, carbon dioxide, sugar , acids, juices, and flavours. Although water is most often taken from a safe municipal supply, it usually is processed further to ensure uniformity of the finished product; the amount of impurities in the municipal supply may vary from time to time. In some bottling plants the water-treatment equipment may simply consist of a sand filter to remove minute solid matter and activated carbon purifier to remove colour, chlorine , and other tastes or odours.
In most plants, however, water is treated by a process known as superchlorination and coagulation. There the water is exposed for two hours to a high concentration of chlorine and to a flocculant , which removes organisms such as algae and bacteria ; it then passes through a sand filter and activated carbon.
Carbon dioxide gas gives the beverage its sparkle and tangy taste and prevents spoilage. It is supplied to the soft drink manufacturer in either solid form dry ice or liquid form maintained under approximately 1, pounds per square inch 84 kilograms per square centimetre pressure in heavy steel containers. Lightweight steel containers are used when the liquid carbon dioxide is held under refrigeration. In that case, the internal pressure is about pounds per square inch. Carbonation of either the water or the finished beverage mixture is effected by chilling the liquid and cascading it in thin layers over a series of plates in an enclosure containing carbon dioxide gas under pressure.
The amount of gas the water will absorb increases as the pressure is increased and the temperature is decreased. Flavouring syrup is normally a concentrated solution of a sweetener sugar or artificial , an acidulant for tartness, flavouring, and a preservative when necessary. The flavouring syrup is made in two steps. This simple sugar solution can be treated with carbon and filtered if the sugar quality is poor.
There are two methods for producing a finished product from the flavouring syrup. In the first, the syrup is diluted with water and the product then cooled, carbonated, and bottled.
In the second, the maker measures a precise amount of syrup into each bottle , then fills it with carbonated water. In either case, the sugar content 51—60 percent in the syrup is reduced to 8—13 percent in the finished beverage.
Thus, a ounce soft drink may contain more than 40 grams of sugar. The blending of syrups and mixing with plain or carbonated water, the container washing, and container filling are all done almost entirely by automatic machinery.
Returnable bottles are washed in hot alkali solutions for a minimum of five minutes, then rinsed thoroughly. Automatic fillers can service hundreds of containers per minute. Noncarbonated beverages require ingredients and techniques similar to those for carbonated beverages. However, since they lack the protection against spoilage afforded by carbonation, these are usually pasteurized , either in bulk, by continuous flash pasteurization prior to filling, or in the bottle.
These are made by blending the flavouring material with dry acids, gums , artificial colour, etc. If the sweetener has been included, the consumer need only add the proper amount of plain or carbonated water. The first iced soft drink consisted of a cup of ice covered with a flavoured syrup. Sophisticated dispensing machines now blend measured quantities of syrup with carbonated or plain water to make the finished beverage.
Soft drinks are packaged in glass or plastic bottles, tin -free steel, aluminum , or plastic cans, treated cardboard cartons, foil pouches, or in large stainless steel containers. Vending of soft drinks had its modest beginning with the use of ice coolers in the early 20th century. Nowadays, most drinks are cooled by electric refrigeration for consumption on the premises. Vending machines dispense soft drinks in cups, cans, or bottles, and restaurants, bars, and hotels use dispensing guns to handle large volume.
There are two methods of vending soft drinks in cups. The tanks of beverage are attached to the vending machine where the beverage is cooled and dispensed.
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US4010285A - Concentrates for carbonated soft drinks - Google Patents
Mitchell, Adrian Mitchell Date of placement: 2. Carbonated Soft Drinks. Unit operations and process integration of complete production lines for carbonated beverages and soft drinks. The drink formulation process begins with a creative brief session in which a clear outline of the drink formula you are looking A soft drink also called soda, pop, coke soda pop, fizzy drink, tonic, seltzer, mineral sparkling water, lolly water or carbonated beverage is a beverage that Soft drink - Wikipedia, the free. Steen and Philip R. Beverage Formulation : Drink Formulation.
Soft drinks consumption is still a controversial issue for public health and public policy. Over the years, numerous studies have been conducted into the possible links between soft drink intake and medical problems, the results of which, however, remain highly contested. Nevertheless, as a result, increasing emphasis is being placed on the health properties of soft drinks, by both the industry and the consumers, for example, in the expanding area of functional drinks. Extensive legislation has been put in place to ensure that soft drinks manufacturers conform to established national and international standards. Consumers trust that the soft drinks they buy are safe and their quality is guaranteed. They also expect to be provided with information that can help them to make informed decisions about the purchase of products and that the information on product labels is not false or misleading.
Soft drink , any of a class of nonalcoholic beverages, usually but not necessarily carbonated, normally containing a natural or artificial sweetening agent, edible acids, natural or artificial flavours, and sometimes juice. Natural flavours are derived from fruits , nuts , berries , roots , herbs, and other plant sources. Coffee , tea , milk , cocoa , and undiluted fruit and vegetable juices are not considered soft drinks. The term soft drink was originated to distinguish the flavoured drinks from hard liquor , or distilled spirits. Soft drinks were recommended as a substitute in the effort to change the hard-drinking habits of early Americans.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data. Carbonated soft drinks: formulation and manufacture/edited by David P. Steen and Philip R. Ashurst. p. cm.
Carbonated Soft Drinks: Formulation and Manufacture
This is a continuation-in-part application of Ser. The present invention relates generally to an improved aqueous base soft drink concentrate formulation, and more particularly to such a formulation which is particularly adapted for retention of carbon dioxide. The present invention renders it possible to assist in aiding ecology and preserving the environment by reducing solid waste caused from discarded non-returnable soft drink bottles. The present arrangement provides a concentrate which can be utilized by the consumer to mix with water such as ice water to prepare a palatable carbonated drink.
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Soft drinks are enormously popular beverages consisting primarily of carbonated water, sugar, and flavorings. Nearly nations enjoy the sweet, sparkling soda with an annual consumption of more than 34 billion gallons.
Formulation And Production Carbonated Soft Drinks
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