Going oh so smoothy

By Soft Drinks International | 1 December 2003

Already established as a category in the US, "smoothies" are beginning to take off in the UK. Soft Drinks International looks at how the leading brands in the UK are developing the burgeoning category.

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Already established as a category in the US, "smoothies" are beginning to take off in the UK. Soft Drinks International looks at how the leading brands in the UK are developing the burgeoning category.

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