Focus - Bright future for South African soft drinks market

By Soft Drinks International | 29 February 2008

Notwithstanding a disappointing performance from carbonates in 2006 as a result of a C02 shortage, recent years have seen strong growth in the South African soft drinks market. Richard Corbett of research group Canadean analyses current market trends and assesses future growth potential.

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Notwithstanding a disappointing performance from carbonates in 2006 as a result of a C02 shortage, recent years have seen strong growth in the South African soft drinks market. Richard Corbett of research group Canadean analyses current market trends and assesses future growth potential.

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