Brands flavour new ideas
With consumers increasingly embracing new types of soft drinks, such as health and energy brands, the more traditional players in the market know they have to evolve in order to keep growing. Re-branding, range extensions and new flavours are the order of the day for the established players and, as Annette Sessions found, there is no shortage of activity.
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