Algerian or Tunisian Sodas : identity of soda booming in France

As you all know Muslims do not drink alcohol so they tend to drink more sodas and Juices. So the question is why not make the sodas instead of consuming them.

In Algeria we have Hamoud Boualem which was founded all the way in 1878. Ifri and so on.

the market for soft drinks has been growing recently in France. Algerians, Tunisians and Moroccans want to rediscover the tastes of their home countries.

They are a few questions remaining.

Can “Meghreb” soft drinks grow and be consumed by non Algerians, tunisians and Moroccans.

Are there any controls on additives.

Hamoud Boualem cannot export to the United States because Link 

they do not put the nutritional information on the bottle and the FDA said that Hamoud Boualem has dangerous additives.

Is there a market for “halal” wine , is it becoming mainstream.

What are the health effects of drinking that much soda.

Of course there is room for nostalgia but we should also strive to create global brands.

See you soon, please comment


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