Not enough sunshine but a healthy outlook

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 26 April 2005

Dairy, functional and premium juices were the winners, water continued to grow, whilst carbonates and squashes lagged behind in the 2004 UK soft drinks race, according to the recently published Britvic Soft Drinks Category Report 2005. Annette Sessions reports on the progress of the take-home market.

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Dairy, functional and premium juices were the winners, water continued to grow, whilst carbonates and squashes lagged behind in the 2004 UK soft drinks race, according to the recently published Britvic Soft Drinks Category Report 2005. Annette Sessions reports on the progress of the take-home market.

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