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By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 February 2004

'Diet', 'Light', 'Low Cal', 'Sugar-free' - whatever the moniker - the diet soft drink industry is experiencing unprecedented growth, especially in the US, as concerns over obesity and health put the spotlight on new diet drinks and marketing investment. Annette Sessions reports.

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'Diet', 'Light', 'Low Cal', 'Sugar-free' - whatever the moniker - the diet soft drink industry is experiencing unprecedented growth, especially in the US, as concerns over obesity and health put the spotlight on new diet drinks and marketing investment. Annette Sessions reports.

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