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Environment

TBA supports environmental stewardship in the Lone Star State.  Our member companies’ products are 100 percent recyclable.  Even so, these companies are constantly innovating their packaging and manufacturing practices to further reduce their environmental footprint.  When recycled, PET (plastic) bottles can be transformed into consumer goods such as carpet, fabric…


Nutrition

Obesity is a serious public health challenge here in Texas and across America.  Reducing obesity will take all segments of society-including our industry-working together on comprehensive solutions. When it comes to maintaining a healthy weight, balancing calories consumed from all foods and beverages with those burned through physical activity is…

About the TBA

Founded in 1890 as the Texas State Bottlers Association, and renamed the Texas Beverage Association in 2006 (TBA), TBA represents beverage producers, distributors, franchise companies and support industries.  Members market hundreds of brands, flavors and packages, including regular and diet soft drinks, ready-to-drink teas and coffees, bottled waters and water…


Economic Impact

Texas’ non-alcoholic beverage industry plays an important role in the state’s economy, providing well-paying jobs, paying significant tax dollars to the state and federal government and making generous charitable contributions in communities across the state. Texas’ Beverage Industry Provides 13,980 Jobs in the State: Soft Drink Jobs: 7,340 Bottled Water…