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Get busy with Israeli fizzy by: Leslie Bunder
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SodaStream
SodaStream

Since 1903, SodaStream has been helping people make soft drinks in the privacy of their own home and saving money in the process.

With water, some carbonation and a flavour, the cost to make a litre of fizzy drink runs in the pennies.
 
And behind SodaStream is an Israeli connection - Soda-Club International.
 
Since 1991, the company has expanded the SodaStream system across the world and now claims 10 million customers in 18 countries including the UK, Germany, Israel, Australia and USA.
 
The sodamakers, made in plastic, are now designed and built in Israel.
 
The company was founded by Peter Wiseburgh. Prior to 1991, the British born businessman was the Israeli distributor of SodaStream from 1978 to 1991.
 
The Soda Club range runs to other 50 different flavours from classics such as cola, ginger beer, cream soda and root beer.
 
The range varies from country to country with the UK having 22 flavours that are aimed at British consumers.
 
Prices start from around 50 and go up to 100 for a kit that includes the soda maker, gas cylinder  and flavours.
 
For more information: www.sodastream.co.uk



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