Non-alcoholic beverages are drinks that contain no or very little alcohol. They are a popular alternative to alcoholic beverages and are consumed by people of all ages and in various life situations, e.g., drivers, pregnant women, young people, and people who want to avoid alcohol. Non-alcoholic beverages include juices, sodas, iced tea, spritzers, mineral water and soft drinks.
The range of non-alcoholic beverages has increased in recent years. They offer a welcome change from alcoholic beverages and can be a healthy alternative, as many contain less sugar and calories than alcoholic beverages. However, not all soft drinks are equally healthy, and it is important to be aware that some of them may still contain high amounts of sugar and other additives.
It is also important to know that soft drinks are not always completely alcohol-free. Some contain traces of alcohol, which can occur during the manufacturing process. Although these traces are very small and do not pose a danger, it is important to be aware of them if you want to avoid alcohol for reasons such as pregnancy or health problems.
In the calorie table drinks (non-alcoholic) all foods are listed with calories and nutritional values. The detailed nutritional values such as carbohydrates, protein and fat are listed with the respective product in the Drinks (non-alcoholic) nutritional value table.