Water Made Exciting with Sodastream
In 1903 SodaStream introduced an innovative solution enabling people to carbonate water at home. Today SodaStream can be found in households across 45 countries and produces over 1.5 billion litres of sparkling water each year.
Powered by a refillable CO2 canister, SodaStream allows one to instantly transform ordinary tap water into sparkling water for as little as R3.33 per litre.
Or use one of their 15 delicious flavours to create carbonated soft drinks or delicious cocktails and mocktails in the comfort of your own home.
SodaStream flavours have two-thirds less sugar than store-bought sodas and contain no fructose or aspartame. The innovative Zero range is sweetened naturally with stevia and provides a healthier alternative with less than five calories per serving.
- Zero Pink Grapefruit
- Zero Lime
- Zero Cranberry Raspberry
- Zero Lemonade
- Sensations Strawberry
- Sensations Red Apple
- Sensations Peach Iced Tea
- Sensations Orange Mango
- Sensations Lemonade
- Sensations Kiwi Pear
- Classics Extreme (energy drink)
- Classic Ginger Beer
- Classics Diet Cola
- Classics Cream Soda
- Classics Cola
Recent surveys in the U.S. and U.K. have found that those with a SodaStream in the home, consume 43 percent more water and water-based drinks, than those without one. You don’t even need to have a lot of counter space, as all of the SodaStream machines – Power, Source, Jet or Play – come in a variety of colours and are sleek, sophisticated and fit pretty much anywhere.
SodaStream is also leading the revolution against wasteful and polluting bottled and canned beverages by developing an effective solution for consumers who want to reduce their environmental footprints.
The carbonating machines use no electricity or batteries, only aluminium carbonators that are returned and reused. The BPA-free plastic carbonating bottle not only looks beautiful on both the kitchen counter and dining room table, but can be reused thousands of times radically reducing the waste caused by conventional soda bottles and cans.
Even the flavour packaging is eco-friendly with the Bio Bottle™, developed to decompose into organic components in as little as five years instead of the usual 450 or more years.
In addition to reducing bottles and cans, using a home soda maker cuts way down on the transport and manufacturing costs associated with store-bought soda. Not only does the shipping of soda and sparkling water emit large amounts of greenhouse gases, but mining aluminium ore and producing petroleum-based plastic are energy intensive and environmentally destructive processes.
“This brings us one step closer to a zero-footprint packaging solution, and helps achieve our goal of a world free from bottles and cans,” says Francois Dippenaar, MD of SodaStream SA.
Consumers can now make a smarter beverage choice, not only for the environment and their wallet but also for the wellness of their family. So dump the bulky, polluting bottles and start fizzing with SodaStream.
Watch this video to see how you can create tasty cocktails with your SodaStream.
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